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It is the year 1888. A madman stalks the East End of London and only Sherlock Holmes and his trusted colleague and scribe Dr. John Watson stand between him and the women he preys upon. However, the world's first consulting detective is plunged into a web of intrigue and deceit. Is Jack the Ripper acting alone? Is there a conspiracy to murder fallen women in Whitechapel? How far must Holmes go to stop it? Add a plot to steal the most famous jewels in existence and a sinister figure known only as "The Professor" and you have more than one mystery to be solved....

©2017 Mark Sohn (P)2017 MX Publishing

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  • Adrienne Lirio
  • 10-12-2017

Fair at best.

The plot line is interesting in a predictable way. While the narration is pleasant Stockton Harris has some odd pronunciations of standard words. There is no attempt at different voices for the characters so it sounds like the reading of a story book.Overall It is fair at best.

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