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An original slant to the 'What ifs ...?' of history Starry list of contributors including Amanda Foreman, Antonia Fraser, Simon Sebag Montefiore and Norman Stone Edited by one of Britain's foremost historians Andrew Roberts won the James Stern Silver Pen Prize for Non-Fiction and was the Joint Winner of the Wolfson Prize for History 'He has brought together a dazzling array of historians...Stimulating, provocative and playful, What Might Have Been is everything one looks for in a collection of essays' Literary Review 'This intriguing and entertaining anthology' Sunday Times
Andrew Roberts took a first in Modern History at Gonville & Caius, Cambridge. He won the Wolfson History prize for his biography, Salisbury: Victorian Titan. He writes and reviews regularly in the press. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature.
'Thought-provoking entertainment.' DAILY EXPRESS 'Antonia Fraser's essay stands out for its intelligence.' THE GUARDIAN