Hilary Mary Dame Mantel is a renowned writer who has written a variety of topics on various subjects which range from personal memoir and many short stories, to essays and even historical fictions. Hilary Mantel was born on the 6th of July 1952 in Glossop a market place that is within Borough of High Peak found in Derbyshire (a county in the East Midlands), England. In her lifetime she has been awarded two Booker Prizes (a literary price awarded annually to the best original novel that’s written in English and also published in the United Kingdom) two times. The first Booker price Hilary Mantel won was after she had published her first novel Wolf Hall in 2009.

Books in order of publication:

Thomas Cromwell Trilogy Books

Wolf Hall(2009) 
Bring Up the Bodies(2012) 
The Mirror and the Light(2020) 

Standalone Novels

Every Day is Mother’s Day(1985) 
Vacant Possession(1986) 
Eight Months of Ghazzah Street(1988) 
Fludd(1989) 
A Place of Greater Safety(1992) 
A Change of Climate(1994) 
An Experiment in Love(1995) 
The Giant, O’Brien(1998) 
Beyond Black(2005) 

Short Stories

How Shall I Know You?(2014) 

Short Story Collections

Learning to Talk(2003) 
The Assassination of Margaret Thatcher(2014) 

Non-Fiction Books

Giving Up the Ghost: A Memoir(2003)