The Worms of Euston Square - William Sutton Reviews
Description:ISBN 184183100X / Author: William Sutton / Genre: Crime / Thriller
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London, 1859 - an era of great exhibitions, foreign conquests, ...
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by - written on 28/10/06, updated on 28/10/06 (Very useful, 149 readings)
It's London in the early 1860's. Time of Queen Victoria, Gladstone and Disraeli, Charles Dickens and Wilkie Collins. It's the height of Victorian Britain, more than 10 years after the (mainly continental) upheavals of 1848's Spring of Nations and the 1851's Great Exhibition which had paved more ways for the Empire to grow in strength. It's the time of triumphant engineering, post Brunel and with Bazalgette consolidating London's sewer network to take the waste away from the river; the first underground trains are rumbling in their tunnels. Civically minded reformers go hand in hand with speculators at making London the greatest city in the world. But cholera ... Read the complete review
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