Category Archives: London
A little while ago, I posted about my favourite novels featuring alternative versions of London (other than mine). I promised a follow-up post on alternative film and TV versions of London. It’s a slightly shorter list, I’m afraid. I’m more … Continue reading
In Transferral, I’ve used the real locations of The Old Bailey and St. Bartholomew’s Hospital because, historically and geographically, they embody the connection between sickness and crime that is central to the book.
I’ve always loved alternate versions of familiar places. Books that add the strange, the horrific or the magical to the everyday. It’s one of the reasons I set Transferral in a London that’s recognizably ours, but with one major difference. … Continue reading