Mycroft and Sherlock - Audiobooks - MP3

Mycroft and Sherlock – Audiobooks , MP3

Review Mycroft and Sherlock

About Author Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 

Click HERE for Request other Audiobooks

+ Author : Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (Author), Anna Waterhouse (Author), Damian Lynch (Narrator)
+ Format : MP3 ( without DRM – You can listen on many Other Devices )
+ You will get link download from Dropbox when Completed Purchase !
+ Listening Length : 10 hours and 14 minutes
+ Language : English

The new novel by NBA All-Star Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, starring brothers Mycroft and Sherlock Holmes. 

It is 1872, and a series of gruesome murders is the talk of London. Mycroft Holmes – now 26 and a force to be reckoned with at the War Office – has no interest in the killings; however his brother Sherlock has developed a distasteful fascination for the macabre to the detriment of his studies, much to Mycroft’s frustration.

When a ship carrying cargo belonging to Mycroft’s best friend Cyrus Douglas runs aground, Mycroft persuades Sherlock to serve as a tutor at the orphanage that Douglas runs as a charity, so that Douglas might travel to see what can be salvaged. Sherlock finds himself at home among the street urchins, and when a boy dies of a suspected drug overdose, he decides to investigate, following a trail of strange subterranean symbols to the squalid opium dens of the London docks. Meanwhile a meeting with a beautiful Chinese woman leads Mycroft to the very same mystery, one that forces him to examine the underbelly of the opium trade that is enriching his beloved Britain’s coffers.

As the stakes rise, the brothers find that they need one another’s assistance and counsel. But a lifetime of keeping secrets from each other may have catastrophic consequences….

Share for Discount

Simply share this and a discount will be applied to your purchase at checkout.

Reviews

  • Mycroft and Sherlock

    I found the historical backdrop and story very interesting, but it is the character development, the details, that I think make it. I may be wrong, but of all the Sherlock books I’ve read, by various authors from Arthur Conan Doyle to contemporary, this feels like the richest in detail. A wonderful “read”! Oh, and to top it off, the narration was excellent.

    1 of 2 people found this review helpful.

    Help other customers find the most helpful reviews

    Did you find this review helpful? Yes No

  • You must log in to submit a review.

    Comments are closed.