David Roberts was educated at Eton and McGill University, Montreal.
He was a publisher for thirty years including editorial director of Weidenfeld and Nicolson and a partner in O’Mara Books.
His published works include a series of ten detective novels set in the 1930s featuring Lord Edward Corinth and Verity Browne. The House in Holywell Street is his first book in a brand new crime series, set in Victorian England.
Captain Adam Harkaway – a soldier in the South African Boer War – returns to London penniless, and with a personal debt to pay ... When Adam becomes suspected of murder, he requires the help of friends in high places. Can they work together to solve the mystery of the house in Holywell Street?