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  • Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Dying Emperor

  • Sherlock Holmes and the Crowned Heads of Europe, Book 1
  • By: Thomas A. Turley
  • Narrated by: Keith Spilsbury
  • Length: 4 hrs
  • 3.6 out of 5 stars (7 ratings)

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Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Dying Emperor

By: Thomas A. Turley
Narrated by: Keith Spilsbury
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Publisher's summary

Follow Holmes and Watson on their first espionage mission to Imperial Germany as they unmask the plot behind the Kaiser's premature accession. This case initiates a quarter-century of Anglo-German rivalry that will occupy Sherlock Holmes until His Last Bow, when World War I begins.

©2021 Tom Turley (P)2021 MX Publishing

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Amazing story!

An excellent historical novel, dealing with a stretch of time that it's usually neglected: the final days of Frederick III and the with them, the eclipse of an opportunity for a more liberal government in Germany.

The story felt really authentic, filled with historical accurate details to the point that I got the sense of being just there. German doctors with an agenda, a son who is extremely willing to take his father's place and an English wife who is maybe the symbol of the tension growing in the court.

A very engaging tale that kept me glued to my phone until the end.

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