Angela Lambert was born to a German mother and an English father and grew up bilingual. She studied at Oxford and worked as a civil servant, journalist, and TV reporter. Her first book, Unquiet Sounds: The Indian Summer of the British Aristocracy, was shortlisted for the Whitbread Prize.
The Lost Life of Eva Braun
St. Martin's Press
St. Martin's Griffin
The inner lives of the top Nazis and their families, Hitler's famous mistress---ultimately his wife---comes to three-dimensional life in this penetrating and critically acclaimed biography.