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Sherlock Holmes: Murder Most Foul

Gordon Punter

"I forsee another murder and alas, quite soon, I fear, Watson." Autumn 1888, and a second penniless prostitute is discovered disembowelled on the street at night in a squalid area adjoining the eastern boundary of the City of London.

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ISBN : 978-1-84897-558-3
Published : 26/03/2015
Pages : 364
Size : 205x140mm
Imprint : Olympia Publishers


Gordon Punter

Born in England and raised in West London, Gordon Punter, a self-taught film-maker, has spent the past thirty years principally in the Middle East, employed as a media production director, writing, producing and directing video commercials, documentaries and corporate programs. An avid reader of history, in particular true crime, he took early retirement three years ago to concentrate on writing. Sherlock Holmes  Murder Most Foul is his debut novel. Currently researching and writing his next novel, he presently lives in Qatar with his Canadian wife, Cindy, who he has been married to for twenty-three years. 

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"I forsee another murder and alas, quite soon, I fear, Watson."

Autumn 1888, and a second penniless prostitute is discovered disembowelled on the street at night in a squalid area adjoining the eastern boundary of the City of London. Acting on his own initiative, Sherlock Holmes, stalwartly assisted by his close friend and associate Dr Watson, investigates the grisly murder. He is unaware that the perpetrator of the recent two crimes is no ordinary mortal, but one who – having previously been dispatched to a watery grave by the celebrated detective – has seemingly risen from the dead, bent on exacting a terrible revenge.

This is Sherlock Holmes' definitive adventure. Centred around a deprived and dangerous neighbourhood, consisting of a labyrinth of gas-lit alleyways, courtyards, cobblestone streets and dilapidated buildings inhabited by a plethora of argumentative people, the master sleuth conducts his search for the terrifying faceless murderer. His chilling sobriquet is destined to resonate throughout the centuries, even to this day.

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