Giles Tremlett is an award-winning historian and non-fiction writer. He won the Elizabeth Longford Prize for Historical Biography in 2018 for his book Isabella of Castile, Europe's Fist Great Queen. His biography Catherine of Aragon: Henry VIII's First Queen was a BBC Radio 4 Book of the Week and on the short-list for the H. W. Fisher Prize in 2010. His first book was Ghosts of Spain: Travels through a Country's Troubled Past, published in 2006. He has been Madrid correspondent for The Guardian and The Economist. He was voted Correspondent of the Year in 2012 by Spain's Club Internacional de Prensa. He remains a Contributing Editor at The Guardian.
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