What if you lived in Victorian London, the time of Jack the Ripper? What if you were one of the women he attacked, yet you managed to escape? And what if you knew he needed to find you and silence you before you identified him?
New maid Dorcy Edwards flees the scene of where her employer's body is found. His murder sparks a chain of macabre events. Cloistered on a remote island with five strangers, including Gareth Davenport, her late employer's brooding, but darkly handsome heir, Dorcy encounters baffling questions with what she fears may be terrifying answers. Who cut the telegraph lines? Who left a mutilated animal carcass outside her bedroom door? What is the reason for Gareth's black gloves and eye patch? Can he be "Jack the Ripper", the madman suspected to be Mr. Davenport's killer? Dorcy must solve the mystery, and soon, or her growing attraction for Gareth could be her very death sentence.
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A really good Narrator to listen too.
I believe this is the best audible I have listened to so far. The Narrator is really good and I loved listening to this book.
I did not like the heroin so much in this book but I loved the hero. He was all mysterious and I kept thinking that he might have done it. It was a very good mystery because it turned out to be someone that I did not guess at all.
Since I love listening to Marcus Hyde reading this book, I have listened to other books which he narrated and I was not disappointed. The narrator I have found makes a lot of difference when listening to an audiobook.
Engaging Entertaining Murder
Dorcy Edwards. The whole story is told from Dorcy's point of view which makes the character very interesting and entertaining!
No, so cannot comment. However, I thoroughly enjoyed his performance in this!
I thought this was a really well written and thoroughly enjoyable whodunit. In my opinion, iMiss Mae could be in a similar league to Agatha Christie in a few years. Well worth reading!