Author of Alex Rider, Foyle's War, Sherlock Holmes, James Bond, TV and film writer, occasional journalist.

journalism

Originally published in The Telegraph
Wed, January 19, 2011

Sherlock Holmes will remain exactly the same character as he always has been in a new reincarnation of the great sleuth, author Anthony Horowitz has promised.Horowitz, the children's author who wrote a series of novels about Alex Rider, a...

Originally published in The Guardian
Sat, July 10, 2010

Sometimes I think the family I was brought up in was 100 years out of date. A gong would sound to announce a dinner prepared by servants, and if you didn't have good conversation, you were sent away to eat upstairs;...

Originally published in The Telegraph
Fri, June 04, 2010

In his latest novel, Scorpia Rising, Anthony Horowitz is sending his teenage spy, Alex Rider, to Cairo and the desert. So he had to go himself...I have never been too sure about holidays. What are they for and are...

Originally published in The Telegraph
Fri, April 09, 2010

Anthony Horowitz, writer of Foyle's War, explains how its fans helped bring the crime drama back from the deadI suppose I shouldn’t have expected a gold watch, but I was mildly surprised when ITV decided to axe Foyle’s...

Originally published in The Telegraph
Mon, April 05, 2010

Just how many bad guys are there and how many different reasons to destroy the world, wonders the Alex Rider author.Alex Rider 9. Alex Rider 9…There are times I understand why Conan Doyle decided to throw Sherlock Holmes off...

Originally published in The Telegraph
Mon, April 05, 2010

Just how many bad guys are there and how many different reasons to destroy the world, wonders the Alex Rider authorAlex Rider 9. Alex Rider 9…There are times I understand why Conan Doyle decided to throw Sherlock Holmes off the...

Originally published in The Telegraph
Wed, February 11, 2009

Anthony Horowitz loves the local walks in Orford, Suffolk and crabbing down by the quay with his family and dog.I've an increasing horror of flying and think there's a lot to be said for holidaying in the British Isles –...

Originally published in The Telegraph
Wed, June 04, 2008

Writer Anthony Horowitz, 52, is known for his television dramas (such as Foyle's War) and children's books (Alex Rider teenage spy series). He lives in Clerkenwell with his wife, Jill Green, and their two children Nicholas, 19, and Cassian, 17. He spoke to...