Book Review: A Reflection of Evil by William Todd

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Book Review: A Reflection of Evil by William Todd


Disclosure: I got sent a free copy of this book via Audio Bookworm Promotions.


Title: A Reflection of Evil: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery
Author: William Todd
Narrated by: Ben Werling
Length: 2 hrs and 4 mins


After months of inactivity, Holmes and Watson have two cases thrust in their lap in a single day. First, a mysterious woman from Swansea, Wales, seeks Holmes' help finding her husband who has disappeared in the middle of the night. As soon as she leaves, Holmes receives word that there has been a prison riot with several dead and a few inmates missing. Lestrade is asking for his services.


Holmes believes the two cases are not a coincidence, but he has no idea who is behind it and to what end. They go to Swansea in what could be either a wild goose chase or a setup. Will Holmes unravel the mystery before they get to Swansea? If not what will be in store for them when they step off the train?








16 comments:

  1. Fabulous review. I am now wishing that I had signed up for this blog tour because the book sounds great. The narrator really can make or break an audiobook and it sounds like Ben Werling did a great job! I think I will treat myself to a copy. :)

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    1. Ben Werling really made this book. A really good narrator. I'll definitely be checking out more books narrated by him.

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    1. If you like Sherlock Holmes this is a good one to try.

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  3. I'll have to check this book out. I love Sherlock books, just so many of them out at the moment though.

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    1. I love Sherlock Holmes. I'm currently reading Killing Dr. Watson by Matt Ferraz. It's still a Sherlock Holmes mystery but a bit different. Loving it so far. I have other Sherlock Holmes books on my TBR too.

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  4. Loved watching your review!

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  5. I need to read Sherlock, I enjoyed the reboot movies and think I would like the books!

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    1. I need to go back and read the original Sherlock Holmes books. Loving all these new mysteries though.

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  6. Great review. I love Sherlock Holmes.

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  7. I love Sherlock Holmes type books. I like to watch them piece everything together especially if I can do it before they do.

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    1. Yeah I'm a sucker for a who dun it too ;) I love the whole mystery genre but there's something special about Sherlock Holmes. Him, Dr. Watson, Moriarty, Lestrade, Baker Steet... I just love it.

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  8. This one sounds great :) I always love a good Sherlock Holmes book.

    Megan - Ginger Mom and the Kindle Quest

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    1. It was. I love Sherlock Holmes mysteries.

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