The Edge of the Crowd is the gripping story of the early days of photography and the search for lost love in Victorian London. From the highly acclaimed author of 'The Snake-oil Dickens Man'. London, 1851. Among the teeming crowds visiting the Great Exhibition is the newspaper columnist Henry Hilditch, whose sensational exposes of the lives and deprivations of the working class are the talk of bourgeois London. But Hilditch has another agenda. Mary Medworth, the love he lost the previous summer in Florence, has reappeared ...

The Edge of the Crowd 2002, Fourth Estate Ltd, London

ISBN-13: 9781841156187

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The Edge of the Crowd 2001, Fourth Estate Ltd, London

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