Sue Blackhall is a former Fleet Street journalist and executive and television critic. She started her career as a news reporter and diarist on the Windsor Express before becoming a staff writer on national newspapers. Sue was the co-author of Fall of the House of Windsor, the number one bestseller which broke the story of the 'Squidgygate' tapes chronicling the real story behind the breakdown of Prince Diana's marriage. Now a freelance writer, Sue is the author of a number of factual books including Tsunami, Ghosts of New York, Fool Britannia, Scott of the Antarctic, Simon Mann, Bill Nighy, Lorraine Pascale and Killers in the Water as well as co-writing a series of crime compilations. She lives in Kent and has a daughter, Rosie.