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Harry Mount (born 1971) is a British writer, journalist, foreign policy expert and former barrister who works for Reader's Digest, The Daily Telegraph and The Daily Mail.
Total Books: 17
His father Sir Ferdinand Mount, Bt., is also a journalist, and was an advisor to Margaret Thatcher. He is a cousin of the current British Prime Minister, David Cameron.
Mount was a scholar at Westminster school and read Classics and History at Oxford where he was a member of the infamous Bullingdon Club and graduated with a First.
Mount has published three books: My Brief Career, an account of his pupillage at a barristers' chambers; the best-selling Amo, Amas, Amat ... and All That, a popular reference on the Latin language whose title harks back to Sellar and Yeatman's 1066 and All That; and A Lust for Window Sills, a popular guide to British architecture. He has edited a collection of Auberon Waugh's journalism Closing the Circle and is currently writing a book about the English character and landscape for Penguin. He lives in Kentish Town.