Clare Mulley

Clare Margaret Mulley (born 1969) is an English award-winning biographer.

Her first book, ''The Woman Who Saved the Children: A Biography of Eglantyne Jebb'' (Oneworld, 2009) won the ''Daily Mail'' Biographers’ Club Prize, and was republished in 2019 to mark the centenary of Save the Children. ''The Spy Who Loved: The Secrets and Lives of Christine Granville, Britain's First Female Special Agent of the Second World War'' (Macmillan, 2013) has been widely translated, and optioned by Universal Studios. Mulley's third book, ''The Women Who Flew for Hitler'' (Macmillan, 2017), is a joint biography of two women at the heart of the Third Reich but who ended their lives on opposite sides.

Mulley contributes to TV and radio for the BBC, ITV, Channel 4, Channel 5, Sky and The History Channel. As well as speaking at most of Britain's major literary and history festivals, she has given talks for TEDx at Stormont, has spoken at the House of Lords, the Imperial War Museum, the National Army Museum, the Special Forces Club, and the British Library. She also lectures on the women of SOE for the Andante group travel company Historical Trips.

Mulley writes and reviews non-fiction for ''The Telegraph'', ''The Spectator'', and ''History Today''. She was Chair of the Judges for the Historical Writers Association 2017 Non-Fiction Crown. Provided by Wikipedia
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