I have wide-ranging experience in public speaking, seminars and literary festivals, and as a Historian/Russianist can offer talks on a variety of subjects:

CONTACT

Readers with enquiries about my books can contact me at:


info@helenrappaport.com

For all other enquiries my agent is:

Caroline Michel

Peters Fraser & Dunlop

Drury House

34-43 Russell Street

London WC2B 5HA
Tel: +44 (0)207 7344 1000


For TV, radio and media presenting

Contact

Jon Fowler

at PFD

jfowler@pfd.co.uk

Tel: + 44 (0)207 344 1011


For talks, public speaking and literature festivals contact

James Carroll

at PFD

jcarroll@pfd.co.uk    

Tel: +44 (0)207 344 1087


My publicist for all Hutchinson

and Windmill titles is:

Najma Finlay

NFinlay@randomhouse.co.uk

+44 (0)202 7840 8614


My publicist for all Pan Macmillan titles is:

Philippa McEwan

P.McEwan@macmillan.co.uk

+44 (0)20 7014 6000



Photograph  © Peter Ware 


WRITER    HISTORIAN    RUSSIANIST

Helen

Rappaport

‘Such an Unsafe Throne: Queen Victoria, Russia and the Romanovs’

Lenin in Exile 1900-1917, with a Particular Emphasis on his time in London, Poland

and Finland


Beautiful For Ever: Madame Rachel of Bond Street and the Victorian Cosmetics Trade


The Search for a Subject: New Ways of Looking at Old Stories. My Approach to

Writing History

The Death of Prince Albert and his Legacy

Mary Seacole and the Discovery of Her Lost Portrait

The Murder of the Romanovs at Ekaterinburg

Florence Nightingale and Mary Seacole: Two Heroines of the Crimean War

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St. Petersburg - Petrograd - Leningrad: The Story of a City

On Madame Rachel  and her book

Beautiful For Ever  

On Victoria and Albert and her book Magnificent Obsession   

On her approach to history as a woman

 Does a biographer have to like their subjects?

Helen explains why she loves history and the Russians

Four Sisters: The Lost Lives of the Romanov Grand Duchesses


Capturing the Light: Henry Fox Talbot, Louis Daguerre and the Birth of Photography


Foreign Eyewitnesses of the 1917 Revolution in Petrograd


Young Victoria: Princess Victoria’s Rise to the Throne