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Summary

Four more supernatural adventures for the infamous infernal investigators.

7.1 The Monstrous Menagerie by Jonathan Morris: Jago and Litefoot are on the run! Framed for a crime they didn’t commit, the infernal investigators seek refuge in a house on Baker Street owned by their old friend, Professor Dark. That's when Doctor Arthur Conan Doyle enters their lives. Tired of his popular creation Sherlock Holmes, Doyle has moved onto other works that he considers more worthy. And then Laura Lyons comes knocking at the door....

7.2 The Night of 1000 Stars by James Goss: Leela is back! With a murderous beast on the loose, Jago, Litefoot, Ellie and Leela are trapped in Baker Street. There is a story to tell, and the four of them put on a show for each other. Their pasts will be unfolded, secrets will be told...And the last act will be a killer.

7.3 Murder at Moorsey Manor by Simon Barnard and Paul Morris: Jago and Litefoot visit Moorsey Manor, hoping to get help from the only man who can help them clear their names. They arrive at a gathering of Sherlock Holmes fans, who are mourning the death of their idol at Reichenbach Falls. Then death arrives at Moorsey Manor, in the most ingenious of ways....

7.4 The Wax Princess by Justin Richards: The past has come back to haunt former chief inspector Abberline - Jack the Ripper has escaped from custody! As the notorious killer strikes again in London, Jago and Litefoot are drawn into a web of intrigue. One that will lead to the palace itself....

Directed by Lisa Bowerman.

©2014 Big Finish Productions (P)2014 Big Finish Productions

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Season 7 back on form.

This is a great episode with Arthur Conan Doyle and Sherlock Holmes plus Jack the Ripper.

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Great Victoriana with a twist!

A highly enjoyable collection, with Murder at Moorsey Manor one of my all time favorites. First rate writing and voice talents throughout. Sound production excellent.

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just as good as doctor who if not better love it.

long live jago and Litefoot it gets better each season just wish they had them all but big finish has season 10+ so

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Even better than series 6!

They really hit the ground running with this series. It was great fun from the get go with some fun cameos from famous historical figures including a certain infamous one as well. Jack the Ripper! And as always Chris and Trevor play off each other amazingly well.