Lilian Pizzichini's books include the award-winning "Dead Men's Wages" and the acclaimed biography of Jean Rhys "The Blue Hour", both published by Bloomsbury.
Lilian’s most recent publication is "Music Night at the Apollo: A Memoir of Drifting" (Bloomsbury 2014), a Spectator Book of the Year.
Her next book is an account of a 20th-century call girl turned novelist turned agent provocateur. Mariella Novotny was at the centre of the Profumo Affair and JFK’s illicit affairs. She was notorious in her lifetime, and long after her death in 1983 a fog of conspiracies and cover-ups surrounds her.
Lilian's website is therevisionist.org.uk where she posts reviews and articles from community groups and published authors and academics.