Sherlock Holmes thrives on danger. Sudden knife attacks, being stalked, and facing a network of assassins present little more than a cheery break in the monotony. But the enigmatic Lady Beatrice presents danger of a different kind. Is she a murderer or a potential victim? Or something even more perilous? Uncovering her secrets could change Holmes's life forever, and in ways even he cannot anticipate. The newly-discovered Holmes diaries shed light on a tale so potent, Watson was never permitted to reveal it.
©2014 Geri Schear (P)2016 MX Publishing
"Well written Holmes pastiche but oh the narrator.."
Story is good enough and is written in the first person from Holmes's point of view
Authentic atmosphere and a different perspective as it's written by Holmes
In my opinion there is no finer narrator of Holmes than John Telfor who reads the Donald Thomas books (and the originals). I really don't know where they get these narrators, this guy cannot say his 't's so 'cottage' becomes 'coddage' etc, gets annoying.
Spoilt by the narrator in my opinion.
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