After reading History at Cambridge, JAMES WYLLIE became a screen and television writer. In 1992 he was the first winner of the Carl Foreman/BAFTA Award and has been writing screenplays and projects for television ever since. His recent achievements include screenplays for The Bill and the award-winning The Tribe. James lives in London and this is his first book.
"WWII History," January 2007
"The world, it seems, knows who Hermann Goering was. His brother, Albert, is less well known, a fact that will change with the publication of James Wyllie's book about the Nazi Reichsmarschal's younger sibling...Wyllie documents the many instances when Albert, at the risk of his own safety, assisted scores of concentration camp and death camp inmates to escape their fates..."The Warlord and the Renegade" deserves to be on every history buff's bookshelf."