The Crown Jewel Mystery

A Sherlock Holmes and Lucy James Mystery, Book 4
Length: 2 hrs and 46 mins
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A young American actress arrives in London hoping to learn her identity, just as Sherlock Holmes is closing in on a master criminal. Their worlds collide, and not even Holmes could have foreseen the impact!

This audiobook is the prequel to The Sherlock Holmes and Lucy James Mystery series. It takes place three days before the opening of The Last Moriarty.

©2017 Charles Veley and Anna Elliott (P)2017 Charles Veley and Anna Elliott

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The beginning of the story..How <br />they first met.

It came after I read two books. I had been feeling like I had missed something. If it had been possible, this was to be read first! A good teaser to the first book and clarified a few things!

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Can't wait for the rest of the Lucy James series!

Wendy Tremont King was wonderful. She has capture the spirit of Lucy James magnificently. Loved her co-narrator Simon Prebble's authentic British voice. They make a great team. More, Please!

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Poor female narrator

Not a fan of the female narrator. The previous narrator used on other three books was superb. This lady has all the wrong emphases and is too sweet and slow talking. She has no spunk as Lucy. Yuck! Makes me not want to finish the amazing series. Why the change????

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Pretty Good

Mr. P can get 5 stars from me anytime, for anything. Ms. King is good, doing accents and voices well. I was not enchanted by her intonation and expression but she did all right. The story itself seemed somewhat simplistic. Perhaps the full length novels in the series will appeal to me more.

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