Thomas Hauser

Thomas Hauser, New York City attorney and Pulitzer Prize nominee, is the author of fifty books, non-fiction and fiction, on subjects that range from professional boxing to Beethoven. He is widely recognised as the world’s pre-eminent writer on the sweet science and, in particular, Muhammad Ali. Hauser has won the prestigious Prix Lafayette, the Nat Fleischer Award for Career Excellence in Boxing Journalism, and the Haviva Reik Award. His book Muhammad Ali: His Life and Times, was honored with the William Hill Sports Book of the Year Award.

Praise for the author:

Hauser has come up with a superb book. Muhammad Ali: His Life And Times is hilarious, sad, moving, and hopeful. – The Times

Muhammad Ali: His Life And Times gradually reveals itself as a portrait of an American generation rather than a slice of boxing history. – The Times

The book which has most impressed this year is Thomas Hauser’s Muhammad Ali: His Life And Times, a justified winner of the William Hill Book of the Year Award. Ali is one of the most remarkable figures in the history of sport and a very hard act to capture in a book, but this one does him full justice. – THE DAILY TELEGRAPH

Books by Thomas Hauser