• Sherlock Holmes and the Body Snatchers

  • By: Dean P. Turnbloom
  • Narrated by: Kevin E Green
  • Length: 8 hrs and 34 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (5 ratings)

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Sherlock Holmes and the Body Snatchers

By: Dean P. Turnbloom
Narrated by: Kevin E Green
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With Baron Barlucci escaping London on his way to New York with Abigail Drake, Dr. Watson is certain they’ve seen the last of the Whitechapel Vampire; Sherlock Holmes isn’t so sure. They soon learn the Animus Lacuna, barque of the now infamous Barlucci, was reported lost at sea and a longboat carrying the body of Abigail Drake was recovered by Newfoundland fishermen. But when Inspector Andrews of Scotland Yard arrives to retrieve her remains, the body suddenly disappears and Sherlock Holmes is called in to investigate.

Sherlock Holmes and the Body Snatchers takes up the story of the Whitechapel Vampire in New York, where Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson meet, work with, and sometimes work against, New York detectives Mylo Strumm and Michael Murray. Holmes and Watson are on a quest to find the missing body of Miss Abigail Drake, while Strumm and Murray are investigating a string of unusual murders that bear a striking resemblance to the "Ripper" murders in London. Fast-paced and well-researched, Sherlock Holmes and the Body Snatchers, sequel to Sherlock Holmes and the Whitechapel Vampire, takes the famous detective out of his familiar London environs and places him in 1888 Manhattan, a place of sin and vice, rivaling the worst London has to offer. Holmes chases his nemesis while he struggles with the enigma Barlucci presents.

©2014 Dean Turnbloom (P)2022 MX Publishing

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An excellent tale

An excellent tale told excellently. Turnbloom and Green spin a vampire tale that screams to be turned into a screenplay and movie. Both vampire and Sherlock readers will be thrilled with this.

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Highly Recommend !!!

Thoroughly enjoyed this adventurous story, Love Sherlock holmes, narrorator was extremely good i highly Recommend !

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Engaging detective story tracking a vampire

Sherlock Holmes and the Body Snatchers by Dean P Turnbloom is a great story of the NYC police search for the Whitechapel Vampire. Its a sequel to SH and the Whitechapel Vampire. Although the book can be read out of order, I probably should have started with the first book. This book revolves around the NYC detectives with Holmes and Watson working on parallel parts of the investigation. The narration by Kevin E Green is outstanding. He gives unique voices to all the characters which brings them and the story to life. I received a free copy of the audiobook for my honest review.