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London: November 1905. England and the world are changing. Into the rooms of Sherlock Holmes come Nikola Tesla and Thomas Edison - with new inventions that will alter the course of human history - only both inventions have gone missing.

Can Holmes, Watson, and Irene Adler somehow unravel the latest diabolical scheme of Marie Chartier - evil daughter of the late Professor Moriarty? Can world peace be achieved by the most powerful weapon ever created? Can death itself be overcome by a scientific genius? And can Sherlock Holmes survive the greatest personal loss of his career?

©2021 David MacGregor (P)2021 MX Publishing

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A must read

And, sadly, this is the last book in this series, and it was fantastic! It alludes to the usual complains about having the great detective in love; brings, as usual, very-well known names into the story (mainly, Tesla and Edison, and boy! did I enjoyed THAT rivalry :P ) and, in short, it was a fantastic end to the series.

If that wasn't enough, we get to see Holmes and Watson's friendship at their best, and enjoy a smart, devious Watson :P

Seriously, if you love Sherlock Holmes and want to have a laugh, this series is a must read :D

Oh, and I think I forgot to say this before, but Christopher Power's narration is delightful ♥