Justin Marozzi is a travel writer, historian and political risk consultant. He writes regularly for the Financial Times, Sunday Telegraph and Spectator. His first book, SOUTH FROM BARBARY (HarperCollins), told the story of his 1,200-mile crossing of the Libyan Sahara by camel. His second book was the bestselling TAMERLANE: SWORD OF ISLAM, CONQUERER OF THE WORLD (HarperCollins).
Justin Marozzi's latest book, published by John Murray, is THE MAN WHO INVENTED HISTORY: TRAVELS WITH HERODOTUS.
He is currently researching a new history of Baghdad.
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