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Andrew Williams (1962) was born in Sheffield and studied English at Oxford University. He worked as a producer for the BBC, covering international stories. His documentary on the massacre at Srebrenica in 1995 was shortlisted for an Emmy and used in evidence at the United Nations War Crimes Tribunal at the Hague. He also wrote and directed other acclaimed historical documentaries for the BBC and international co-producers. His first novel, The Interrogator (2009), was shortlisted for the Ian Fleming Thriller of the Year Award and it was The Daily Mail’s debut thriller of 2009. His second, To Kill a Tsar (2010), was one of The Mail’s thrillers of the year and was shortlisted for The Walter Scott Prize for Historical Fiction, the Ellis Peters and Crimefest Awards. He has written two other novels, The Poison Tide (2012) and The Suicide Club (2014). He lives in Edinburgh with his family.