Hallie Rubenhold

About Hallie Rubenhold

Hallie Rubenhold is a social and cultural historian whose area of expertise lies in the history of London, crime and sex. As a critically acclaimed author whose works of non-fiction and fiction focus on women’s experiences, she is an authoritative and engaging voice offering a unique insight into the events of the past. Her most recent book, The Five, is the first ever biography of the victims of Jack the Ripper, which won the Baillie Gifford Prize for Non-Fiction 2019. Hallie has appeared as an expert contributor on many programmes, both for UK and International networks. She is a regular contributor to the Travel Channel’s hit series Mysteries at the Museum and is a frequent guest on news and current...
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