Simon Winchester
Simon Winchester
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Simon Winchester, OBE, is a British writer, journalist and broadcaster who resides in the United States. Through his career at The Guardian, Winchester covered numerous significant events including Bloody Sunday and the Watergate Scandal. As an author, Simon Winchester has written or contributed to over a dozen nonfiction books and authored one novel, and his articles appear in several travel publications including Condé Nast Traveler, Smithsonian Magazine, and National Geographic. In 1969, Winchester joined The Guardian, first as regional correspondent based in Newcastle upon Tyne, but was later assigned to be the Northern Ireland Correspondent. Winchester's time in Northern Ireland placed him around several events of The Troubles, including the events of Bloody Sunday and the via goodreads

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The Professor and the Madman
The Perfectionists
The Men Who United the States
The Map That Changed the World
The Man Who Loved China
A Crack in the Edge of the World
The Meaning of Everything
An Interview with Simon Winchester
Alice Behind Wonderland
A Crack in the Edge of the World
The End of the River
Pacific: The Ocean of the Future
The Meaning of Everything
The Surgeon of Crowthorne