“Sherlock Holmes and the Unmasking of the Whitechapel Horror” is written by Frank Emerson and published by MX Publishing.
I received a free copy of this book from MX Publishing to review.
In the book Holmes and Watson work a fifteen-year investigation with Detective Chief Inspector (and later Pinkerton agent) Frederick Abberline to capture Jack the Ripper.
Emerson’s choice of killer won’t please some Ripperologists, but the story does lay out a good case against the chosen suspect.
The book is a good, brisk, read. Emerson has captured the voice of Watson extremely well, including a nice little Arthur Conan Doyle reference, which I will leave you to find for yourselves.
In summary, Whitechapel Horror is an atmospheric book that will interest Sherlockians and Ripperologists alike.
“Sherlock Holmes and the Unmasking of the Whitechapel Horror” is Frank Emerson’s first novel for MX Publishing, and I look forward to reading many…
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