This fascinating insight into London’s docklands is the result of extensive research into a part of London that has intrigued the author for many years. She has plundered the wealth of evidence left by the people who lived, worked and died in the area. From archaeological finds through to diaries, newspaper articles and personal interviews, the lost docks of London are rediscovered through fascinating tales of medieval mercers, river pirates, shipbuilders, merchant adventurers, mudlarks, social agitators, brothel keepers and opium eaters.
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