Richard Milton

Richard Milton

Born in London in 1943, Richard Milton has been a writer, journalist and broadcaster for more than 30 years. As a freelance journalist he writes mainly on science, technology, industry, and the environment.

Richard Milton has been editor of a number of business magazines and tabloid newspapers and, as a freelance, has contributed to scores of national, local and business titles.

He is the author of several highly controversial books, including Shattering The Myths of Darwinism, and Alternative Science, both of which earned lavish praise and savage criticism in equal measure. His exposé of corporate bad behaviour, Bad Company, was chosen as its Business Book of the Week by The Sunday Times.

His latest non-fiction book, a radical re-appraisal of Anglo-German relations during two world wars, Best of Enemies, is published by Icon Books of Cambridge. Milton has also written two novels, Dead Secret and The Glass Harmonica.

Milton runs a web site, Alternative Science, which publishes stories other publications will not print.

Best of Enemies is available from Icon Books
Best of Enemies is available from Icon Books
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