With a flair for storytelling and a literate style comparable to his contemporary, Charles Dickens, Israel Zangwill concocts a heady satire of Victorian England, setting his scene in London's picturesque Bow district. His hero is the colorful retired police inspector Grodman, whose egotism and brilliance bear striking resemblance to that most famous 19th century fictional sleuth - Sherlock Holmes.
(P)1982 Jimcin Recordings
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