Justin Wintle

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Justin Wintle (born 1949) is an English author, editor and journalist who has contributed to a wide variety of media-outlets. Born in London, the son of film and television producer Julian Wintle, he was educated at Stowe School and Magdalen College, Oxford.[1] He is also Chairman of the Bình Hòa massacre Trust Fund.

Non-fiction works[edit]

  • The Dictionary of Biographical Quotation (with Dr Richard Kenin, 1978)
  • Makers of Modern Culture (1981)
  • Makers of Nineteenth Century Culture (1982)
  • The Dictionary of War Quotations (1989)
  • Romancing Vietnam (1991)
  • Furious Interiors: R.S. Thomas, Wales and God (1996)
  • The Vietnam Wars (1992)
  • The Rough Guide History of China (2002)
  • The Timeline History of China (2002)
  • The Rough Guide History of Islam (2003)
  • The Rough Guide History of Spain
  • New Makers of Modern Culture (2006)
  • Perfect Hostage: A Life of Aung San Suu Kyi (2007)

Fiction works[edit]

  • Paradise for Hire (1984)
  • Mortadella (1985)