Robert Wilton

Robert Wilton read history at Oxford and studied his MA in European History and Culture at the University of London. He has worked for the UK Ministry of Defence and in the Cabinet Office. He was Private Secretary to three Secretaries of State. He was advisor to the Prime Minister of Kosovo in the lead-up to the country's independence, and has now returned there as a senior international official. He moves between Prishtina, London and Cornwall.

His first book is a spy novel with an HNF background promoted as "O'Brian meets le Carré with a nod towards Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell"

Series: Comptrollerate-General for Scrutiny and Survey
Year  Book  Comment
1648 Traitor's Field A young official in Cromwell's service is confronted by the extent of the Royalists' secret intelligence network (not nautical)
1805 The Emperor's Gold Pulled from a shipwreck, his past erased, Tom Roscarrock is put to work for a shadowy Government bureau.
1805 Treason's Tide The man who recruited Roscarrock has disappeared and his agents are turning up dead
1914 The Spider of Sarajevo Four agents set out across the continent on a mission they do not understand (not nautical)


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