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John Sweeney is a British writer and broadcaster, and one of the most recognisable names in investigative journalism. As a reporter, first for the Observer, then the BBC Sweeney has covered wars and chaos in one hundred countries and been undercover to several regimes including Chechnya, North Korea and Zimbabwe. Over the course of his career Sweeney has won an Emmy, two Royal Television Society prizes, a Sony Gold award, the What The Papers Say Journalist of The Year Prize, an Amnesty International prize and the Paul Foot Award. He's written eight non-fiction books and four novels. He lives in London.
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A cracking read ... Ghislaine Maxwell's story has had endless column inches, but John gives such a great overview, and has mined so many sources that it still feels fresh and compelling.' Mail on Sunday
Once upon a time there was a beautiful princess who suffered a tragedy, the death of her father, a war hero, a philanthropist, a good man, in suspicious circumstances. She fled to New York where she made a new life with a brilliant mathematician. Her name is Ghislaine Maxwell and her lover was Jeffrey Epstein. Through Jeffrey, and her family name, Ghislaine became friends with some of the most powerful people on earth, ex-President Bill Clinton and President-to-be Donald Trump and the second son of the Queen of England, Prince Andrew, the Duke of York.
But this is no fairy tale. HUNTING GHISLAINE sets out the other side of the story, and it's one of the darkest you will ever read.
Ghislaine's father, Robert Maxwell, was a sadist, a war criminal, a monster. His cruelty deformed Ghislaine Maxwell long before she met Jeffrey Epstein. Her one-time lover was convicted for being a paedophile. So Ghislaine's life has been spent serving not one monster but two.
In HUNTING GHISLAINE, legendary investigative journalist John Sweeney uncovers the truth behind
this fairy tale story in reverse.