Annabel Walker is an English author, who grew up in South-West Devon. She read English and History at Bristol University and subsequently became a journalist working for the national press in London. Her first book, Kensington and Chelsea: A Social and Architectural History, was published by John Murray in 1987. In 1995, her biography of the explorer Aurel Stein was published and translated into Chinese  and reviewed in the TLS, The Spectator, as well as academic journals.
She is also the author of England from the Air. New York: H.N. Abrams, 1989.
- Walker, Annabel, and Duqun Zhang. 新疆大探險 : 絲路敦煌尋寳 / Xinjiang da tan xian: si lu Dunhuang xun bao. Taibei Shi: Si lu chu ban she, 1998.
- TLS, the Times literary supplement. no. 4817, (1995): 4
- The spectator. 275, no. 8720, (1995): 30
- Journal of Asian Studies, Aug., 1999, vol. 58, no. 3, p. 833-834
- Asian Affairs, 27, no. 2 (1996): 143-149
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