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Publisher's Summary

Performed by acclaimed audiobook narrators Simon Prebble and Wendy Tremont King.

Lucy James and Sherlock Holmes must solve a mysterious locked-room murder at London's exclusive Diogenes Club. But Lucy is still coping with the traumatic after-effects of their last case, and her romantic relationship with a handsome young police detective is growing more complex.

Emotions intensify and the dangers become life-threatening as they find themselves drawn into lethal conflict with the most ruthless gang leader in London.

©2017 Charles Veley (P)2017 Charles Veley

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I am A Sherlock Holmes reader. Although this is definitely a different Sherlock, I am enjoying the stories and look forward to the next!

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I love these books

Lucy is still getting over everything that happened in The Jubilee Problem. She is also helping nurse, or at least trying to but he is being stubborn, Jack back to health he wants to go back to work and doesnt want her help, Lucy starts to have real feelings toward him. While this is happening Sherlock and Lucy are called to investigate the murder of a General at The Diogenes Club where the body was found in a locked room can they figure out how the killer did it and who the killer is

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Story and performance well matched

This is a good sequel, well written and fun. The two narrators do a splendid job of differentiating the characters, with Watson and Holmes unique as well as Lucy and Becky. The main characters are well-developed and the minor characters distinguishable.

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If you like your detective stories with a side of sappy romance. . .

I love the Mary Russell and Holmes series by Laurie R. King and thought It might be interesting to try this one. I was disappointed because I don’t care for the romance genre and there was way too much of it here, including all of the standard romance cliches. It's too bad because the mystery was pretty good. As to the narrators, of course Simon Prebble did a fine job with Holmes, but Wendy Tremont King was only mediocre and had a far larger share of the narration.