5 thoughts on “Interview With Writer Hallie Rubenhold

  1. I can recommend them both! have Lady Worsley on the bookshelf, and Covent Garden Ladies as an ebook, and they’re both excellent.
    Written in the style of popular history, so you could find them at your local library. An enormous amount of research went into them; heaps of good background information, in addition to the more personal stories of the characters.
    I had always been interested in ” Harris’s list” ; always turning up as a source in 18th C histories and biographies, but never much information about it, itself- always wondered who Harris was, so it was great to be able to find out.

  2. Thanks Elyse for asking the question, but I obtained mine from Alibris.

    This is a most excellent finest kind (to quote Bill and Ted as well as the MASH books.

    When she first mentioned the Jack the Ripper biok/series my first thought was ‘Not another’, but was quickly convinced that it was necessary to set the record straight.

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