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Adam Zamoyski was born in New York, was educated at Oxford, and lives in London. A full-time writer, his books include `Paderewski', `The Last King of Poland',`1812: Napoleon's Fatal March on Moscow', which was a Sunday Times bestseller, `Rites of Peace: The Fall of Napoleon and the Congress of Vienna', `Warsaw 1920' and `Chopin'. He is married to the painter Emma Sergeant.
`Vivid, terrifying and often quite funny ... an interesting take on 1848 ... this superbly drawn story is full of painful allegories' The Times `Splendidly provocative ... perceptive and often amusing ... full of arresting details and sharp asides ... Adam Zamoyski writes like a dancer at a court ball: gracious, patrician, masterful, sure-footed ... Phantom Terror is a thumping great pleasure to read ... history at its best' Spectator `Scintillating and original' Economist `We know the Napoleonic era well, but the Decades after Napoleon's fall are often neglected. Adam Zamoyski covers those years, showing how fear of revolution caused the autocrats of Europe to repress freedom on an unprecedented scale' Simon Sebag Montefiore, Mail on Sunday