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Not to be confused with Nick Davies, Guardian journalist and author of Flat Earth News. Nicholas Davies Occupation Journalist, writer Nationality British Period 1961-present Genres Journalism, Biography Notable work(s) Diana : a princess and her troubled marriage (1992) Death of a Tycoon (1993) Dead Men Talking (2003) Nicholas Davies, also known as Nick Davies, is a journalist and author, formerly foreign editor at the Daily Mirror. He was closely associated with Robert Maxwell, and was the centre of considerable UK media attention in 1991 after he was accused in Seymour Hersh's book The Samson Option of involvement in Israeli arms deals and of passing the location of Mordechai Vanunu to Mossad. In response, Maxwell and Davies sued for libel, although Davies did not pursue the case and Mirror Group apologised and settled on behalf of Maxwell after his death. He was named by Ari Ben-Menashe as his business partner in 'Profits of War', in relation to Iran-Contra and the sale of PROMIS, the first computer spyware. == Contents 1 Personal life 2 Bibliography 3 References 4 External links // Personal life Davies's second wife was the actress Janet Fielding. They divorced in 1991. As of 1993, Davies lived in Brighton, England. In a 1992 article for the Washington Post, Christopher Hitchens describes Davies as a "polo-playing friend of Prince Charles".[1] Bibliography The unknown Maxwell : his astonishing secret lives revealed by his aide and close companion (1992), Sidgwick & Jackson. Death of a Tycoon (1992), ISBN 978-0-312-09249-8 Diana : a princess and her troubled marriage (1992), Birch Lane Press, ISBN 1-55972-156-1 Queen Elizabeth II (1994) Roll of the dice (1996), Darius Guppy with Nicholas Davies Dead men talking (2003) Diana : the Killing of a Princess (2006) References ^ Hitchens, Christopher (1993). For the sake of argument. Verso. p. 195. ISBN 9780860914358.  External links Persondata Name Davies, Nicholas Alternative names Short description Date of birth Place of birth Date of death Place of death This article about a British journalist is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e