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Doyle and Wells

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Summary

"Doyle and Wells"

Do the dead have a voice?

Dr Arthur Conan Doyle knew they did!

It is the 1890’s and in this modern age of the Industrial Revolution and Queen Victoria. Doyle has been contacted through the spirit world by a woman, whose soul is desperately seeking peace and retribution.

Shadow Dr Doyle and his sceptical friend HG Wells as they journey through the murky world of Victorian séances. Share in their determined attempt to solve the mystery uncovered by their investigations.

Observe as the two friends trawl through libraries and archives attempting to unravel the problem before them, a conundrum emanating from centuries ago.
Follow their meetings with such luminaries of the age as Bram Stoker, Sir Henry Irving and Dr Joseph Bell, the man on whom Doyle based his character Sherlock Holmes. What is The Golden Dawn and who is “The Warty One?”

Can the two authors make amends for a wrong committed during the infamous witch trials of the English Civil War? In untangling the mystery what will they find and what will they do next?

All these questions and more will be answered in “Doyle and Wells.”

To quote Sherlock Holmes, "“Come, Watson, come! The game is afoot.”

"Doyle and Wells" is the third part of "The Trust" series of books. It a stand alone book and you do not need to have read any of the others in the series.

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