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  • Enjoyable read

    A heatwave has arrived in Victorian London and all is quiet on the crime front, so Holmes and Watson are bored. Until the mystery of the disappearing train in a tunnel between the villages of Predeal and Tomos in the Carpathian mountains. But who was the passenger, why is he important, and how did the train disappear. The cleverly woven plot covers spies, diplomats, missing spectacles and blackmail. An entertaining well-written read told from the p.o.v of Flotsam, maid to Holmes and Watson, with a cast of interesting characters.

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  • Mrs. Hudson and Flotsom save the day

    I have read all four books of Martin Davies Mrs. Hudson mysteries. They are delightful. Mr. Holmes is presented with a mystery that threatens Britain’s reputation as Empire. But Mrs. Hudson, with the help of Flotsom, the extremely charming and intelligent maid, work behind the scenes to help solve the mystery. A fast paced romp through the English countryside along with visits to Lord this and Lady that’s beautiful country homes keeps you guessing the whole time. Of course, Flotsom and Mrs. Hudson save the day. I hope there is a fifth novel.

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