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Summary

Could this be the final problem for London’s favored detective and his associate?

As Elizabeth’s confidence in her own abilities has grown, so has Holmes’ reliance on her. Now, he’s going to have to depend on her more than ever. An adversary they’ve been trying to pin down for some time is finally ready to make himself known - but this is someone who always seems to be one step ahead and delights in mocking Holmes.

Could it be that the detective and his determined partner have finally met their match? Will Holmes be able to break the ever-strengthening hold this man has over the European nobility and the criminal underworld? Or will it become a matter of mutually assured destruction?

The Holmes and Bennet Mysteries:

  1. Death at the Netherfield Park Ball
  2. The Mystery of the Indian Diadem
  3. The Peculiar Doctor Barnabus
  4. The Apparition at Rosing’s Park
  5. The Shadow of Moriarty
  6. The Adventure of the King’s Portrait
  7. The Case of the Patriarch
  8. The Final Mystery
©2018 Amelia Littlewood (P)2018 Amelia Littlewood

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The narrator’s voice is awfully irritating, too slow and ponderous, monotonal and no expression. Couldn’t be bothered to listen to end!

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  • Ellen Oceanside
  • 14-03-21

Excellent

Elizabeth has come into her own with confidence and helping Holmes, or by doing investigating herself. A person Holmes has wanted to meet for some time will he show himself. Good narration added to this. Given audio for my voluntary review

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