Alec Marsh is the author of Rule Britannia, a light-hearted historical adventure set against the backdrop of the Abdication Crisis in 1936. It is the first in a series featuring protagonists Drabble and Harris, and was published in October 2019 by Headline Accent. The second novel in the Drabble and Harris series – set in British India in 1937 – is due for release in October 2020.
Marsh was born in Essex in 1975 and studied history at Newcastle University before embarking on a career in journalism. Over the last 20 years he has written for most of the national newspapers and written for the New Statesman, the Spectator and Country Life. He is now editor of Spear’s, and lives in London with his wife and family. He is working on the third novel in the Drabble and Harris series which will be set in the United States.