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They called her Lady Stewart when she was married to a British aristocrat. They called her Miss Cora when she ran a brothel in Florida. But she called herself Mrs. Crane when she asked Sherlock Holmes to locate her common-law husband, writer Stephen Crane, who'd gone missing in Cuba during the Spanish-American War. In their attempt to fulfil the lady's request, Holmes and Watson encounter a world of celebrity authors, terrorist bombings, and haunted manor houses. But it is only when Stephen Crane falls victim to a notorious blackmailer that the master detective and his partner find themselves face-to-face with cold-blooded murder. Under darkened skies, a solitary apparition stood brightly illuminated on the ship's gloomy deck. Or so it seemed. Cloaked in a long white raincoat - the same gleaming duster he'd worn in the face of Spanish gunfire at San Juan Heights - Stephen Crane looked for all the world like the ghost so many people thought he'd already become.
©2015 Daniel Victor (P)2016 MX Publishing
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By Lynette Jenkins on 09-29-17

Great narration

Story was mediocre with lots of description rather than plot advancement. Narration, however, was amazing. Hard to believe this is just one narrator.

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By billie2t on 07-27-17

Such a great performance!

The narration was so well done, I almost didn't care that the story had a few problems! The number of voices in this one must've felt daunting, but Ben Carling was more than up to the challenge!! Well done!!

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