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Sherlock Holmes and the Whitechapel Murders: An Account of the Matter by John Watson M.D.

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It is the year 1888. A madman stalks the East End of London and only Sherlock Holmes and his trusted colleague and scribe Dr. John Watson stand between him and the women he preys upon. However, the World's first Consulting Detective is plunged into a web of intrigue and deceit. Is Jack the Ripper acting alone?. Is there a conspiracy to murder fallen women in Whitechapel?. ...more
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Published March 15th 2017 by MX Publishing
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Bill Lynas
Mar 16, 2017 rated it really liked it
The idea of the fictional detective Sherlock Holmes tracking down real life killer Jack The Ripper has been explored in books & films before & I must admit that I've usually avoided them. However, having read the opening chapters of this novel on Amazon (& really enjoying them) I decided to purchase a copy & I am very glad that I did.
Mark Sohn provides a strong narrative & has a good feel for Doyles's (& Watson's) style of writing. The plot is relentlessly fast paced &
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Mark Sohn
Feb 08, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
Reviews for 'Sherlock Holmes and the Whitechapel Murders';
'Marvellous'-M.Sohn
'Wonderful'-M.Sohn
'How did you get my number?; leave me alone you imbecile'-Anthony Horowitz
'You're next, you *******'-Jack the Ripper's Ghost


But seriously, folks!; this is the culmination of two years' research, late nights and long days piecing together evidence, clues and poring through the official Police files. I have presented this as a work of fiction; it is. No such person as Sherlock Holmes ever lived, but who
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Dale
Jun 17, 2017 rated it really liked it

You knew that Holmes would have investigated this case…

My thanks go out to Steve and Timi at MX Publishing for my copy of this novel. Your business continues to set the standard for Sherlock Holmes fiction!

A spoiler warning is not needed but will help a few readers, no doubt…

It is the Autumn of Terror, London, 1888. Holmes becomes aware of the Jack the Ripper crimes with the investigation into the murder of Martha Tabrum. A person with power is pulling the strings that allow Holmes to be privy t
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“Watson, for some time now I have had cause to believe in the improbable-the existence of a mind so exceptional, so well- trained in the sciences and the doctrine of criminology as to be Master of the Arts.’ The suggestion was fantastic!. ‘A Professor of crime?.’ - Holmes to Watson, Sherlock Holmes and the Whitechapel Murders” 3 likes
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