David Field

A Real Life Horrible History: Nobody is safe in Whitechapel…

For a few short weeks in the Autumn of 1888, a silent horror stalking the badly lit streets of London’s Whitechapel posed another hazard for those seeking to scratch out an existence of sorts in one of Queen Victoria’s most notorious lower working class ghettos.  Whoever it was didn’t even have a name until some... Continue Reading →

Cover reveal: The Gaslight Stalker

I'm very happy to reveal the cover for my new book The Gaslight Stalker which will be published by Sapere Books in the new year. The Gaslight Stalker is the first book in my new Victorian crime series, the Esther and Jack Enright Mysteries. 


Keep an eye on my website for my upcoming books published by Sapere Books. First up we have The Gaslight Stalker, a thrilling Jack the Ripper mystery.

The Gaslight Stalker

So what goes into the creation of an historical novelist?  A self-belief bordering upon arrogance, limitless quantities of coffee (nicotine optional) and uncontested use of a computer with Internet access.  It works for me, anyway. Second question – what goes into the creation of an historical novel?  In my experience as both a reader and... Continue Reading →

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