Catharine Arnold Biography

Catharine  Arnold

Catharine Arnold read English at the University of Cambridge and holds a further degree in psychology. Catharine is best known for her London quartet, published by Simon & Schuster and comprising  Necropolis, London and its Dead, Bedlam, London and its Mad, City of Sin, London and its Vices and Underworld London, City of Crime. She is also the author of Globe, the World of Shakespeare's London (Simon & Schuster, April 2015) and Edward VII, the Prince of Wales and the Women He Loved, St Martin’s Press, 2017. Catharine’s latest book is Pandemic 1918, the Story of the Deadliest Influenza in History (Michael O’Mara Books, 2018) also published in the US by St Martin’s Press.

Author's Books