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Publisher's Summary

The Bartleby and James Adventures steampunk mystery series follows the cases of consulting detectives Anton Bartleby and James Wainwright through an alternate Victorian history. Their latest adventure takes them high above the greatest city in the world.
Brilliant but socially-awkward inventor and engineer James Wainwright has been accused of murder most foul, and only his savvy partner, Alton Bartleby, can clear his name. The clock is ticking, though, as the true murderer's sabotage threatens to crash the world's largest airship into the teaming streets of London below.
Who are Bartleby and James?
Alton Bartleby is a social savant, the scion of a once pround and noble bloodline, working to restore his family's name. James Wainwright is a brilliant engineer and inventor. Together they take on the cases that Scottland Yard cannot or will not handle.
©2012 Michael Coorlim (P)2013 Michael Coorlim
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By DabOfDarkness on 07-08-13

Better hand to hand combat through physics.

What made the experience of listening to Maiden Voyage of the Rio Grande the most enjoyable?

Steampunk atmosphere and airships.

Who was your favorite character and why?

James Wainwright because of his use of physics.

Which character – as performed by Wayne Farrell – was your favorite?

Alton Bartleby - crisp & sure.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

The mutiny scene because of the swiftness with which it was put down.

Any additional comments?

Fun, quick read.

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By Reecee on 02-12-16

Enjoyable short story

I only wish these stories were longer. As soon as things start going you're at the end.

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