Giles Tremlett is a British author, journalist and broadcaster based in Madrid, Spain. He has lived in, and written extensively about, Spain almost continuously since graduating from Oxford University thirty years ago.
He is Contributing Editor at The Guardian and Fellow of the Cañada Blanch Centre at the London School of Economics. He previously wrote for The Economist magazine.
His first book was GHOSTS OF SPAIN: Travels Through a Country's Hidden Past, which was re-issued with a new chapter in 2012.
His second book was a biography, CATHERINE OF ARAGON: Henry VIII's Spanish Wife.
His third book is a biography of Catherine of Aragon's mother, ISABELLA OF CASTILE: Europe's First Great Queen
His books have been translated into Spanish, Chinese, Portuguese, Russian, Polish, Dutch and Serbian.
He has contributed to several academic collections on Spanish history and is currently preparing a history of the International Brigades - the volunteers from 52 countries who defended democracy and fought against General Franco during the Spanish Civil War.