Angela Buckley writes about real-life Victorian crime and detective history. Her first book, The Real Sherlock Holmes: The Hidden Story of Jerome Caminada, was inspired by her family’s roots in Manchester. Amelia Dyer and the Baby Farm Murders, was the first in a new historical true crime series, Victorian Supersleuth Investigates. The second in the series is Who Killed Constable Cock? – a real-life murder case with an astonishing twist.
Angela’s work has featured in national magazines and newspapers. Angela has appeared on BBC radio and TV, including The One Show, and has taken part in many events, such as the Henley Literary Festival, the Manchester Histories Festival and at the Museum of London. She is currently researching detective history for a PhD at Oxford Brookes University.