Christina Lamb Books & Biography
Christina Lamb is Chief Foreign Correspondent at <i>The Sunday Times</i>. She has since been awarded Foreign Correspondent of the Year five times as well as Europe’s top war reporting prize, the <i>Prix Bayeux</i> and was recently given the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award by the Society of Editors. She is the bestselling author of ten books including <i>Farewell Kabul</i>, <i>The Africa House</i>, and <i>The Sewing Circles of Herat</i> and co-wrote the international bestseller <i>I am Malala</i> with Malala Yousafzai and <i>The Girl from Aleppo</i> with Nujeen Mustafa. Her last book <i>Our Bodies, Their Battlefields</i> won the first Pilecki Institute award for war reporting and was shortlisted for Britain's top non-fiction award, the Baillie Gifford Prize, as well as the Orwell Prize and the New York Public Library Bernstein award. She is a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society, an Honorary Fellow of University College Oxford and was made an OBE in 2013.