Lisa Hilton

Lisa Hilton is a British writer of history books, historical fiction, articles for magazines and newspapers including Vogue and The Sunday Telegraph, librettist, and as L.S. Hilton, psychological thrillers Maestra, Domina and Ultima.

Lisa Hilton savours sublime cookery packed with the flavours of Slovenia’s Julian Alps

Lisa Hilton reviews Very Important People, by Ashley Mears

Lisa Hilton dreams of Mayfair and the true luxury of a silky, delicate fish pie

This beautiful city has never felt so ugly, with spies everywhere

Lisa Hilton mourns the pleasure of good company – even in a cynically awful faux Italian in Berlin

Lisa Hilton enjoys sublime food and hibiscus margaritas on an enchanting Mexican ranch

Lisa Hilton finds a French-inspired retreat for flagging flâneurs in Shepherd’s Bush

Lisa Hilton is influenced by a Booker Prize shortlisted novel as she samples gastropub grub

Lisa Hilton debunks a growing myth about a monarch’s consort

Lisa Hilton sees Venice disappear beneath the flood waters again and fears for the future