Vampires and Victorians: Science and superstition in 19th-century London

When it comes to timing, I’ve had two fantastic strokes of luck as a novelist. The first was that I decided to bring my Dickens-related book, Tom-All-Alone’s, to a close at the end of November 1850. Why was that lucky? Because it meant that when I chose to follow that novel with a sequel about theContinue reading “Vampires and Victorians: Science and superstition in 19th-century London”