Prince WilliamPRINCE WILLIAM: BORN TO BE KING , Hodder & Stoughton, 2012, (Pegasus in US)

‘The first comprehensive portrait of the man who will someday be king.’   ‘thorough and engaging biography’     Good Book Guide
‘Royal book of the year’ Daily Mail
‘With Penny Junor you’re sure of a tasty bite.’ Sunday Independent
‘It is impossible to disagree with the central theme of Penny Junor’s new book on Prince William.’  International Express

Home Truths

HOME TRUTHS, HarperCollins 2002

Sunday Times bestseller

‘an unfailingly readable mixture of biography and self-analysis, often anguished, but punctuated by some very funny anecdotes….an eloquent and heartfelt epitaph’
Arnold Kemp, Observer

‘reading this book we are privy to the Big Fight – between good and evil in a man’s soul. It is such an honest book that his daughter does not leave us with any sentimental optimism about which was victorious. What she captures so poignantly is the loveability of an outwardly unlovely person.’
A.N. Wilson, Oldie

Charles Victim or VillainCHARLES: VICTIM OR VILLAIN? HarperCollins, 1998 and in US

‘The snappiest book to appear in the wake of last year’s orgy of excitement’ Evening Standard

‘A fair-minded rejoinder to Andrew Morton’s credulous Diana book’ Guardian




The Major EnigmaTHE MAJOR ENIGMA, Michael Joseph, 1993

‘Penny Junor has uncovered a wealth of new and fascinating material about Major’s early life…a very readable book’, Matthew Parris, Sunday Telegraph

‘[An] entertaining book, the best so far written about Major’, Woodrow Wyatt, The Times










CharlesCHARLES, Sidgwick and Jackson, 1987

Sunday Times bestseller for several weeks

‘His is the still, clear voice of sanity amid the clamour of empty buckets bering the royal insignia…Everyman, Charles certainly is, expressing the fears and hopes of his future subjects in a genuinely heartfelt and touching manner…an admirable assessment of an admirable man.’ Craig Brown, The Mail on Sunday

‘Perceptive…full account of the remarkable success he has had as a catalyst for good’ The Sunday Times

‘Penny Junor, one of the best, least gushy royalty writers’ The Guardian

Margaret ThatcherMARGARET THATCHER: WIFE, MOTHER, POLITICIAN, Sidgwick and Jackson 1983

Sunday Times bestseller

‘A book which is entertaining, readable and starkly honest’, John Mortimer, The Sunday Times

‘I enjoyed every word of Penny Junor’s biography’, Valerie Grove, The Standard

‘Those who enjoyed Penny Junor’s first biography, Diana, Princess of Wales, as I did, will be even more impressed by her study of another celebrated woman. Though sympathetic, it is not hagiography.’ Elizabeth Longford, Good Book Guide

BURTON: THE MAN BEHIND THE MYTH, Sidgwick and Jackson 1985 (St Martin’s Press in US)

DianaDIANA, PRINCESS OF WALES, Sidgwick and Jackson 1982 (Doubleday in US)

Sunday Times bestseller

‘A splendidly readable, meticulously researched and thoughtful biography’ Sunday Express

‘The only author to have done a substantial amount of original investigation’ Nicholas Coleridge, The Standard

‘Penny Junor’s Diana Princess of Wales is an astonishingly good biography” Australian

‘Miss Junor has succeeded in giving a detailed and fascinating account of the education of a young lady…she has written not just a portrait of a life which has been mostly privilege, innocence and niceness, but she has also given us an anthropological work’ Oliver Pritchett, Sunday Telegraph


Shaun Ellis - The Man who lives with WolvesTHE MAN WHO LIVES WITH WOLVES (With Shaun Ellis) HarperCollins, 2010, and in many other countries







Cliff RichardMY LIFE, MY WAY (with Cliff Richard) Headline, 2008

Sunday Times bestseller






Patti BoydWONDERFUL TODAY: THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY (with Pattie Boyd) Headline (Harmony Books in US)

UK and New York Times Bestseller List

‘The most compelling rock autobiography ever’ Mail on Sunday

‘Absolutely gripping, and gives more insight into the weirdness of rick-star life than anything I have ever read’ Lyn Barber

‘Witty, unassuming, totally lacking in self-pity – she comes across as a thoroughly good egg. But you’ll never be able to listen to ‘Layla’ in the same way again.’ Mick Brown, Sunday Telegraph

‘Wonderful Tonight, which Pattie Boyd wrote with Penny Junor, is a charming, lively and seductive book and like all good memoirs, it also works as a cultural history.’ The New York Times Book Review

‘There are so many wonderful stories: Falling in love with a Beatle. Falling in love with another famous rock star Eric Clapton and being serenaded with Wonderful Tonight…But there is much that is excruciating in her life story’ Daily Mail

‘Will thrill classic-rock buffs with a taste for scandal’ Entertainment weekly

‘This book finally answers some of this questions about George Harrison and Eric Clapton – but on Pattie Boyd’s own terms’ USA Today

‘Sixties model Pattie Boyd opens up about her rocky relationships with two of music’s most famed performers’ Harper’s Bazaar


‘Fair and well-balanced’ Hugh Massingberd, Daily Telegraph






Queen Elizabeth IIQUEEN ELIZABETH II, A Pictorial Celebration of her Reign, Conran Octopus 1991







What Every Woman needs to KnowWHAT EVERY WOMAN NEEDS TO KNOW, Century 1988








BABYWARE, Sidgwick & Jackson, 1982
‘A new practical and invaluable guide to the essentials and non-essentials of preparing for a baby’ The Times






IMG_0469 (2)NEWSPAPER, Macdonald 1979