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Streets of Sin

A Dark Biography of Notting Hill

By (author) Fiona Rule
Foreword by Jerry White
Format: Hardback
Publisher: The History Press Ltd, Stroud, United Kingdom
Published: 6th Jul 2015
Dimensions: w 151mm h 234mm d 25mm
Weight: 390g
ISBN-10: 0750962380
ISBN-13: 9780750962384
Barcode No: 9780750962384
Synopsis
Notting Hill was not always an upmarket residential enclave and celebrity hotspot. Streets of Sin delves into the district's murky past and relates the deplorable scandals and shocking crimes that blighted the area from its development until the late twentieth century. Best-selling London historian Fiona Rule sheds new light on notorious events that took place amid the leafy streets, including the horrifying murders at Rillington Place, the nefarious career of slum landlord Peter Rachman, the Profumo affair and Britain's first race riots. She reveals what life was like in `Rotting Hill' during its dark years when murder, extortion and disorder were everyday occurrences, and explores the price its residents have had to pay to climb up out of the ghetto.

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