We actually do have a wedding anniversary later this month, but that's not what I mean here.
The one I'm referring to is an anniversary of a rather different nature.
Tomorrow is the 85th anniversary of the opening of the trial of Beatrice Pace for the alleged arsenic murder of her husband Harry. Although the case has, today, largely been forgotten, it was a massive press sensation in the late 1920s and even led to political debates about the fairness and functioning of Britain's justice system.
My recent book, The Most Remarkable Woman in England, examines this dramatic case from several angles and sets it within the fascinating cultural context of inter-war Britain.
As I suggest in a short post at my book-related blog, it might be something that belongs on your summer reading list.
Now that summer, it seems, has finally arrived.