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Located in Pimlico on the banks of the River Thames, Dolphin Square was designed to be the epitome of city dwelling for the modern age. Opened in 1936, with all the luxuries of the time, it appealed to the highest echelons of society.
But behind its veneer of respectability, the Square has become one of the country’s most notorious addresses, a place where the private lives of those from the highest of high society and the lowest depths of the underworld collided.
Dolphin Square has one of the most unique and fascinating histories in London and has found itself at the centre of some of the most scandalous episodes of the past century, from the Profumo scandal to mysterious deaths.
Simon Danczuk is a British author and a former Member of Parliament. His first book Smile for the Camera: The Double Life of Cyril Smith, was co-authored with Matthew Baker.
Daniel Smith has written over 30 books, covering topics from the Dig for Victory campaigns and the language of London through to his contributions to the How to Think Like… series.