Who Thinks Evil

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London, 1892, is the setting of this fifth in the well-received series of Professor Moriarty novels. What would be enough to pull the Napoleon of Crime out of prison where he’s shackled and accused of murder, even after a hung jury? Only death and a missing Royal – Prince Albert Victor, eldest grandson of Queen Victoria. Oh, and Sherlock Holmes is out of the country.
While visiting a house of ill repute, a young woman is murdered and under the nose of bodyguards both conscious and unconscious. The prince has disappeared without a trace. Dr. James Moriarty fits the bill for both intelligence and discretion. He’s out of jail and on the case. Moriarty uses his formidable skills to track down the missing prince and find out who is behind his disappearance and a series of brutal murders. But someone is trying to frame the investigator himself. The game’s afoot!

This novel is wonderfully researched and full of the flavor of the times and Holmesworld. Plenty of humor, wit and twists will keep both Holmes and mystery lovers well entertained. And Sherlock Holmes’ Big Bad Wolf is so misunderstood!

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Century

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(US) $25.99

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(US) 9780312365455

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Hardback

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304

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