I recently completed Mary Elizabeth Braddon and the Victorian Theatre (2016), a selection of biographies of Victorian actors, managers and others involved in Victorian theatre - this took many years to research.
Other works include:
James Townsend Saward, Criminal Barrister:
The True Story of Jim the Penman, a biography of the Victorian barrister
and forger, who was involved in the Great Train Robbery of 1855
The Literary Lives of Mary Elizabeth Braddon.
My PhD was on the life and work of Mary Elizabeth Braddon. Some of my Braddon collection can be seen here on my Mary Elizabeth Braddon web pages. My Victorian Photograph Collection, mainly consisting these days of daguerreotypes and ambrotypes, is here:
Some years ago I was working on a section of the website devoted to Victorian advertising - I won't be updating it for the foreseeable future.
Mary Elizabeth Braddon and the Victorian Theatre: Theatre Biographies
of the Victorian Managers, Actors, Dancers, Pantomime Performers, Music Hall
Artistes and Circus Performers who worked with Braddon between 1852 and 1860
'Mary Elizabeth Braddon in Richmond', Mary Elizabeth Keepsake 2015 (2015)
James Townsend Saward, Criminal Barrister: The True Story of Jim the Penman
'James Townsend Saward', The Dickens Magazine (Issue 4, Series 6, Grayswood Press)
The Literary Lives of Mary Elizabeth Braddon: A Study of Her Life and Work (Sensation Press)
Braddon, The White Phantom (editor, introduction)
William Suter, Lady Audley's Secret: a drama in two acts (editor, introduction)
Braddon, One Fatal Moment (editor, introduction)
William Suter, Aurora Floyd: a drama in two acts (editor, introduction)
George Roberts, Lady Audley's Secret: a drama in two acts (editor, introduction)
Graham Law and Jennifer Carnell, 'Our Author: Braddon in the Provincial Weeklies', Beyond Sensation (State University New York Press)
Braddon, The Octoroon, or, The Lily of Louisiana (editor, introduction)
Braddon, The Black Band; or, The Mysteries of Midnight (editor, introduction)
Murder, Mystery and Mayhem (Harper Collins)