History's Greatest Mysteries (Paperback)
And the Secrets Behind Them
Chartwell Books, 9780785835226, 256pp.
Publication Date: January 29, 2017
Seemingly limitless knowledge is easily at hand in our modern era of information. Between the internet and 24-hour news, it's not difficult to fool ourselves into thinking that we know all there is to know. The reality is that the world is full of grey areas and enigma; of unsolved mysteries and unresolved stories.
History’s Greatest Mysteries delves into these grey areas to examine the imponderable and sometimes unlikely stories of actual events and real people. From the gruesome murders committed by Jack the Ripper on the streets of London, to the whereabouts of Lord Lucan; and from the loss of an entire continent, to the case of a missing racehorse, we canter through history and shed some light on questions which may never yield definitive answers.
About the Author
Bill Price is a freelance writer and seasoned traveller currently working and living in North London. For fifteen years he worked in various areas of the book trade, but more recently he has built a reputation as a specialist in travel and history writing and has become a regular contributor to a large number of international publications as well as popular reference books. His published works include Charles Darwin: Origins and Arguments, Tutankhamun: Egypt’s Most Famous Pharaoh, Winston Churchill: War Leader, Landmarks of the World, Great Modern Buildings, Celtic Myths, and History’s Greatest Mysteries.