Adam LeBor is a British author and journalist based in Budapest; He writes for the Economist, The Times (of London), Monocle, Traveler magazine among others and reviews for the New York Times; He is the author of eight critically acclaimed non-fiction books, including the ground-breaking Hitler's Secret Bankers, which revealed the extent of Swiss complicity with Nazi Germany (short-listed for the Orwell Prize) and City of Oranges, which recounted the lives of Arab and Jewish families in Jaffa (short-listed for the Jewish Quarterly Prize) His books have been translated into twelve languages including Hebrew and Chinese; His latest non-fiction book, 'Tower of Basel: the Shadowy History of the Secret Bank That Runs the World', an investigative history of the Bank for International Settlements, is published in June by PublicAffairs NY
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