"a hybrid of digital flanerie and cyber séance on Hatton Garden"
Sukhdev Sandhu, The Guardian

In Rachel Lichtenstein’s psychogeographically inspired book Diamond Street: The Hidden World of Hatton Garden (2012), Rachel holds a set of historically rich and lovely encounters wiht the past and present in one book. She’s a great researcher and writer, and in her book Mary was asked to visit Hatton Garden virtually as part of the research. What resulted is a very interesting and experimental chapter in which, according to The Guardian, Mary conducts “a hybrid of digital flanerie and cyber séance on Hatton Garden.” Read her book!