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After months of inactivity, Holmes and Watson have two cases thrust in their lap in a single day. First, a mysterious woman from Swansea, Wales, seeks Holmes' help finding her husband who has disappeared in the middle of the night. As soon as she leaves, Holmes receives word that there has been a prison riot with several dead and a few inmates missing. Lestrade is asking for his services.
Holmes believes the two cases are not a coincidence, but he has no idea who is behind it and to what end. They go to Swansea in what could be either a wild goose chase or a setup. Will Holmes unravel the mystery before they get to Swansea? If not what will be in store for them when they step off the train?
©2017 William Robert Todd (P)2017 William Robert Todd
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5 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer on 04-12-18

Excellent

True to the style you'd expect from Sherlock Holmes mystery. Werling did an amazing job with the narration. Highly recommended.

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2 out of 5 stars
By Kindle Customer on 03-26-18

ok story, NOT Holmes.

the storyline itself isn't bad. but Watson calling their rooms "digs" (a slang term only since 1893?) I'm adding "literary flourish"? I'm not a Holmes expert, but the diction just didn't sound like Watson. The narration didn't sound like Watson either. the behavior was just "off enough" to be jarring. And spoiler alert -- can anyone really believe Holmes would be totally unaware of Moriarty's personal life? The story would have been better if it had been presented as two other detectives. I've read or listened to a number of "Holmes" stories not written by Doyle, and I've heard and read better.

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