Tom Holland (author)

Tom Holland (Author)

Tom Holland (author)

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Tom Holland (born 1968) is a British historian and novelist.


Holland was born near Oxford and brought up in the village of Broadchalke near Salisbury, England. His younger brother is the historian and novelist James Holland. He obtained a double First in English at Queens' College, Cambridge, and afterwards studied shortly for a DPhil at Oxford, taking Byron as his subject, before interrupting his postgraduate studies and moving to London.

He has adapted the works of Herodotus, Homer, Thucydides and Virgil for BBC Radio 4. His novels, including Attis and Deliver Us From Evil, mostly have a supernatural and horror element as well as being set in the past. He is also the author of three highly praised works of history, Rubicon, Persian Fire and Millennium.

He is the Chair of the Society of Authors.

He lives in London with his wife and two daughters.



  • The Vampyre: Being the True Pilgrimage of George Gordon, Sixth Lord Byron (1995), ISBN 0-316-91227-1 (published in the U.S. as Lord of the Dead)
  • Supping with Panthers (1996), ISBN 0-316-87622-4 (published in the U.S. as Slave of My Thirst)


  • Attis (1995), ISBN 0-7490-0213-1
  • The Vampyre: Being the True Pilgrimage of George Gordon, Sixth Lord Byron (1995), ISBN 0-7515-1361-X
  • Deliver Us from Evil (1997), ISBN 0-316-88248-8
  • The Sleeper in the Sands (1998), ISBN 0-316-64480-3
  • The Bonehunter......
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