> Skip to content

Ruth Dudley Edwards

Book for an event

Ruth Dudley Edwards is an historian, journalist and crime writer. Her non-fiction includes Patrick Pearse: the Triumph of Failure, Victor Gollancz: a Biography (winner of the James Tate Black Memorial Prize), The Pursuit of Reason: The Economist, 1843-1993, Aftermath: The Omagh Bombing and the Families Pursuit of Justice and Newspapermen: Hugh Cudlipp, Cecil Harmsworth King and the Glory Days of Fleet Street. Her eleven crime novels are satires on the British Establishment.

Books by Ruth Dudley Edwards


A remarkable human, political and legal story: an insider's account of the landmark attempt to bring the Omagh bombers to justice.

Read more

A portrait of the great days of journalism through two of its most remarkable characters.

Read more