I was interviewed recently for the October 2016 edition of Your Family History magazine about how I researched The Disappearance of Maria Glenn and the historical background to the events. You can read the article, which includes a review of the book, by downloading the PDF.
Here’s a short extract from the review:
Naomi Clifford deftly investigates [this once notorious case]. Combining first-hand accounts, newspaper and trial reports, archival sources and a wide range of secondary texts, she creates a page-turning tale of crime, gossip and relationships. […] A well-researched, dramatic tale of greed, abduction and reputation in early 19th century England.