In which it’s pin board day

Today I’m posting the Pinterest link for the board featuring THE DARK ENQUIRY. This book features Nicholas and Julia back in London, sleuthing around Highgate Cemetery and blowing things up…you know, as you do. The collage images are not as crisp as I would like, but they give you an idea of what I was assembling. I looked for pictures of cemeteries and seances and things that go bump in the night.

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  1. Pam says:

    I went to Highgate Cemetery last November, while staying with relatives who live nearby. I was eager to see it after reading The Dark Enquiry and Tracy Chevalier’s Falling Angels and it did NOT disappoint. It was a cold, grey, damp day and there was moss growing everywhere. The Egyptian Avenue, the Circle of Lebanon, all of it was just magical. My relatives, who despite living in Highgate have never been to the West Cemetery (I know!), couldn’t understand why I wanted to tramp about moldering tombstones in the rain so they stayed home. (They will do the East Cemetery to leave a flower for Karl Marx but that’s about it. I gave half the flowers they gave me for him to George Eliot, ha.) It was probably the highlight of my trip, I don’t understand why it’s not more popular!

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