Robert K. Wilcox is an award winning author, journalist, historian, novelist and screenwriter. He specializes in nonfiction military history and mysteries. In addition to his reporting and blogging, he is the author of 12 books including Target Patton, Scream of Eagles, The Truth about the Shroud of Turin, and his latest, Japan's Secret War 3rd edition. He began his career as a reporter and editor at the Miami News (Fla.) and has written for many major publications including The New York Times, New York Post, Los Angeles Times, National Geographic, Breitbart and The American Thinker. His works have been published in many different languages. As a screenwriter he has written for major television shows, including Simon & Simon, The New WKRP in Cincinnati, The Famous Teddy Z, Legend and Mike Hammer. He was voted the best religion editor in the nation by his peers (Supple Memorial Award) and authored two Gold Medal winners at the Venice International Film Festival. He has appeared on many television and radio shows. He lives in Los Angeles.

Awards and Recognition

  • Supple Memorial Award voted by newspaper peers in early 1970s as the nation's best religion writer.