Agent: Julian Alexander
Tim Clayton is an academic and historian of the eighteenth century who has written a number of bestselling popular history titles. With Phil Craig as a co-writer his books include Trafalgar: The Men, The Battle, The Storm (Hodder, 2012) Finest Hour (Hodder, 2011), End of the Beginning (Hodder, 2003) and Tars: The Men Who Made Britain Rule The Waves (Hodder, 2008).
Sea Wolves (Abacus, 2012) tells the fascinating story of the submarine crews who spent their lives under the sea, fighting for their country in the two world wars. His latest book, Waterloo: Four Days that Changed Europe's Destiny (Abacus, 2015) provides the real inside story of the greatest land battle in British history.
This Dark Business (Little Brown, 2018) tells the story of the British government's determination to destroy Napoleon Bonaparte by any means possible.