Colin Simpson was a special correspondent and member of the Insight Team at the London Sunday Times during the 1960’s and 1970’s. He was a war correspondent for them in the Six Day War in Israel in 1967, won awards for the Horse Meat scandal, and also specialised in antique and art forgery. He broke the Tate Bricks controversy which was recently made into documentary for the BBC and shortlisted for a Greirson Award. He was born 1931 and died on 31 October, 2017.
Books in order of publication:
|Sir Francis Chicester: Voyage of the Century||1967|
|The Secret Life of Lawrence of Arabia||1969|
|The Cleveland Street Affair||1976|
|The Ship That Hunted Itself||1979|
|Emma: The Life of Lady Hamilton||1983|
|The Partnership: The Secret Association Of Bernard Berenson And Joseph Duveen||1987|