Books by Deborah Cadbury

Deborah Cadbury is an Emmy award-winning TV science producer for the BBC. She is also the highly-acclaimed author of The Lost King of France, The Estrogen Effect (published as Altering Eden: The Feminization of Nature in hardcover) and Terrible Lizard: Th

Released: March 10, 2015

"A lively tale of monarchical machinations, more familiar to American readers since The King's Speech."
A spirited historical lesson that traces how the fallout from the abdication crisis of Edward VIII in 1936 ultimately aided England in its finest hour. Read full book review >
Released: Oct. 26, 2010

"A fine pocket history of corporate confectionery, though there's still room for a less Cadbury-focused entry."
The tale of the surprisingly cutthroat world of corporate chocolate-making, influenced by religion, science, slavery and globalization. Read full book review >
Released: May 1, 2006

"First-rate research and reporting."
A swift, exciting history of the race to the moon, from Sputnik to "The Eagle has landed." Read full book review >
Released: June 6, 2001

"A scholarly account infused with a rare drama and suspense: read it not only for the science, but to learn what happened to all these wonderful characters."
An absorbing account of the pioneer 19th-century British geologists and fossil collectors. Read full book review >