Agent : Bill Hamilton
Philip Willan is an author and freelance journalist specialising in Italian parapolitics. He has worked in Rome for more than 20 years and is the author of Puppetmasters: The Political Use of Terrorism in Italy, first published by Constable in 1991. His latest book, The Last Supper, The Mafia, The Masons And The Killing Of Roberto Calvi, was published by Constable & Robinson in April 2007. In the past he has contributed research to David Yallop’s best-selling In God’s Name, about the alleged murder of Pope John Paul I, and Charles Raw’s The Moneychangers, an analysis of the relationship between the Banco Ambrosiano and the Vatican bank.