Anton Gill is a British author of historical fiction and non-fiction who is responsible for numerous best-selling books & publications and who writes as Anton Gill, Antony Cutler, Ray Evans and Oliver Bowden. Anton specializes in contemporary European history, but he has also recently written a series of Egyptian mysteries featuring Huy the Scribe. Anton has also written a series of novels based on the video game Assassin’s Creed (as Oliver Bowden).
Some of his other well-documented work includes the prize-winning ‘The Journey Back From Hell: Conversations with Concentration Camp Survivors’, a remarkable collection of first-hand accounts of the Holocaust, biographies on famous artist Peggy Guggenheim, an historic account of ‘The Titanic’ and 2 editions of ‘Trace your family’ comprising of ‘Trace your Family History back to the Tudors’ which was an accompony to the award-winning BBC TV series, and included a directory of the meaning of over 500 surnames, and ‘Empires Children; Trace your family history across the World’ which was also partnered by a well-documented Channel 4 TV series.
Anton Gill became a published author in 1984. His first non-fiction book was ‘Martin Allen is Missing’, about the disappearance of a 15 year-old London boy. Anton’s first novel was City of the Horizon, which was published in 1991 and began his Huy the Scribe Egyptian mystery series.
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