Nadine has written several magazine articles, including The Art of Treason for BBC History Magazine and A Bridge too Far? for Aspects of History.

Recent projects have included a recreation of a 17th Century perfume recipe by Constantijn Huygens, as featured in Volkskrant, Physics.org and Vervetimes.

Interviews with Nadine have appeared in All About History, Times Higher Education, Volkskrant, Eindeloos Amsterdam, and NRC Handelsblad (also in 2016).

Her work has been reviewed in The Times, The Sunday Times, The Telegraph, The Guardian, The Scotsman, The Clarendon Chronicle, The Literary Review, The Spectator, Aspects of History, and Le Monde as well as being featured in The Times. Invisible Agents was rated at no. 3 in the best history books of 2018 by BBC History Magazine, no. 36 in the Daily Telegraph’s ‘50 Best Books of 2018’, and chosen by Paul Lay, editor of History Today, as one his 5 best books of 2018. Elizabeth Stuart, Queen of Hearts was chosen as one of the best history books of 2021 in BBC History Magazine‘s Christmas Gift Guide.

Nadine’s expertise can sometimes lead to very enjoyable experiences, such as the launch of Adelphi Fusion Whiskey ‘The Winter Queen’, at Broomhall House, Dunfermline, Scotland, as featured in the Edinburgh Reporter. Of course, historical research doesn’t always go to plan, but even when circumstances conspire against the historian, and a possible connection turns out to be absent, the story itself can still inspire others. And so it was that Erdem Moralioglu’s Spring/Summer 2017 collection paid tribute to a shipwrecked spy that Nadine discovered in the archives.