• Sherlock Holmes and the Molly Boy Murders

  • By: Margaret Walsh
  • Narrated by: Steve White
  • Length: 5 hrs and 10 mins
  • 4.3 out of 5 stars (7 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

London, 1889. In a city still reeling from the depredations of Jack the Ripper, another killer arises. Stalking the West End and Marylebone and striking at a seemingly unconnected group of victims, the murderer leaves fear and confusion in his wake. Mr. Sherlock Holmes, Dr. John Watson, and Inspector Lestrade face a case like no other they have yet faced. A case that will leave each of them changed and bring personal danger as they race against a mounting death toll to bring down the Molly Boy Murderer.

©2019 Margaret Walsh (P)2020 MX Publishing

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Simply fantastic

Well, this was a fantastic story. The author manages to keep her story faithful to the Holmesian canon while still creating a unique, original tale.

Watson's voice is wonderful, his dry humour fantastic and I loved Lestrade here. Watson's reflection about strengthening their friendship... perfect!

And all the historical details... Margaret Walsh sure knows her Victorian London :D

The mystery was well-plotted and very interesting; even more, it also highlighted issues of gender that were as relevant then as they are today, so well done!

In short: I want to read more books by this author :D

Oh, and the narration by Steve White is great :D

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