Stewart Binns is an Author, award-winning Documentary Producer and Consultant.
He writes both fiction and non-fiction books. His first novel, Conquest - the first in The Making of England series - was published by Penguin in 2011 to critical acclaim and became the best-selling debut historical fiction book of that year. His 7th novel Betrayal, about The Troubles in Northern Ireland was published by Penguin. His most recent book, Barbarossa and the Bloodiest War in History was published by Wildfire an imprint of Headline Books in April 2021.
He is a renowned Television Producer and credits include Trans World Sport, The Olympic Series, Blood, Sweat & Glory – The History of Sport, Tiger – The Official Story of Tiger Woods, the ground-breaking ‘in-Colour’ series notably The Second World War in Colour and the BAFTA winning Britain at War in Colour, The Official History of Wimbledon and The People’s Game – the History of World Football. He is also recognised for producing emotive and compelling promos and commercials.
It could become the book on the conflict remembered this year 100 years on.
A must-read for anyone who cares about the history of our islands.
A fascinating mix of fact, legend and fiction…
This is storytelling at its best.
Although fiction, this feels so real, and captures superbly the high price paid by so many during the Troubles.