Books by Lee Jackson

DIRTY OLD LONDON by Lee Jackson
NON-FICTION
Released: Nov. 25, 2014

"A well-researched, if unpalatable, picture of a filthy city and the different factions fighting for and against reform using class distinctions, gender inequality and horrendous poor laws. Jackson strongly warns us that the problem isn't solved; the great sewer project is desperately outdated, and the 'clean air' is anything but."
Victorianist Jackson (Walking Dickens' London, 2012) demonstrates the unimaginable filth that permeated London during the 19th century.Read full book review >
CURSE THE MOON by Lee Jackson
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Dec. 10, 2013

"Highly enjoyable when in all-out-action mode, though it tends to get stuck in the lower gears."
In this two-fisted melodrama, the debacle of the Bay of Pigs invasion is only the start of the troubles facing a luckless Cuban counterrevolutionary who, following the awful kidnapping of his beloved daughter, becomes the frustrated puppet of a nasty KGB officer. Read full book review >
REDEMPTION by Lee Jackson
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Oct. 18, 2007

"Some may find Jackson's Orwellian case against big government a bit pat, but his embattled characters are so well-drawn and appealing that empathy carries the day."
Set in the near future, this searing debut focuses on a so-called American terrorist and the government that jails him because it can. Read full book review >