Author David Stuart Davies presents his latest 'The Further Adventures Of Sherlock Homes' book: The Ripper Legacy, published by Titan Books.
The Victorian sleuth and his faithful companion Dr. Watson are visited by
the very distraught Ronald Temple whose son has been kidnapped.
Oddly enough there was no ransom note.
Extracting as much information available for the boy's father and after
making several logical conclusions Holmes concludes that the kidnapping has
sinister connections to the upper echelon of London's powerful and wealthy.
What of the child? Has his true heritage
placed him in such a nefarious and dangerous situation? Why are those associated with his family and
on the kidnapping case also in grave danger?
What has the Whitechapel murders from a decade before and Holmes' nemesis
Moriarty have to do with the kidnapping?
Things are not as they first appear as Holmes and Watson play a very
dangerous game of cat and mouse in one of Sherlock Holmes most perplexing and
mysterious cases of his crime-fighting career.
The Ripper Legacy is Holmes at his best: meticulous, relentless
and eccentric. It's time to revisit
Baker Street and the world's most famous crime-solver.