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The Secret of Aldwych Strand - The Whitechapel Affair: Volume 3


The Secret of Aldwych Strand - The Whitechapel Affair: Volume 3

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    Sarah E Smith(Author) Leesa Wallace(Editor) Kensington Gore(Foreword)
Here comes the chopper to chop off your head Here comes The Ripper – he’ll check that you’re dead Swish, slash; swish, slash We allFallDownLucy is lost. Churchill is dead. The machinery which harnesses the power of the distortion has been destroyed and the Armstrongs have found the perfect revenge: the destruction of time itself.In such circumstances the only thing that’s certain is: it’s the End of Days.With time folding in on itself, Mark has to trust Valentin Von Schmidt and the Cabinet he works for. Only it’s never that simple, is it?Undertaking the greatest transformation of his life, Mark has little time to remember Lucy.Fortunately she is not alone. A Welsh lawyer and an American from Hannibal Missouri are there to rescue her.But why?What does she need rescuing from?After all, as anyone who is anyone will tell you, nothing happened in Whitechapel in the Autumn of 1888. As time unravels completely, as the Cabinet are destroyed one by one; it soon becomes clear that the only way to put things right is to send Lucy home so the Destroyer can return. But can Mark fulfil Hitchcock’s prophecy or will friendship prove too much? Find out as the Aldwych Strand reaches its gruesome and explosive conclusion.The third in this stunning trilogy will leave you wanting to enjoy the adventure time and time again.

Sarah E. Smith is not like any other writer, she is a unique talent.She was Born in Plymouth, and has been telling stories and tall tales since the very first time she could form a coherent sentence. She has been reading all her life too and is always at her happiest with a good book in her hand.Her parents told her that when she was a little girl, that whenever she got lost while shopping, she could be found sitting in the middle of a pile of books that she'd pulled off the shelves.Quite early on in life Sarah figured out that there were three ways to travel in time: stow away in the TARDIS, study History and write a book.The publication of the Secret of Aldwych Strand 1 completed her trilogy of travels. You see not only did she study history at University, and enjoyed it so much she even teaches it; but she has been inside the TARDIS and travelled with the 4th and arguably the best Doctor, Tom Baker. Well, in a car and he didn't offer her a “jelly baby?!”If dreams could come true, Sarah E. Smith would like to be a “Lady who Lunches”. However, her cat wants to take over the world through a collection of ingenious cat toys. So: please help the cat out by buying into Mark and Lucy's adventures.Now Sarah is a valued writer for Kensington Gore's Publishing things might get a little scary so hold onto your hats.

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  • By Skirky on 10 March 2017

    I was gifted this and so, unaccountably, read the third part of a trilogy before I'd read either of the first parts. This was not an issue, in fact it was a positive boon, as I was able to create my own (un)reality to fill in the gaps. As it is, this is a fine timey-wimey murder/mystery exploration of alternate realities filtered through multiple narratives - those of a strong heroine, a confused hero, and a supporting cast of wonderfully drawn historical characters who combine in a positively Moorcockian scene-shifting story which builds inexorably to (plot spoiler) a beautiful twist. Subsume the occasional misplaced apostrophe, this is well worth investing a long journey or a bunch of nights with a glass of something warm and red in. You're thinking about the apostrophes now though, aren't you?

  • By Guest on 30 October 2015

    As I love historical fiction, I bought all three books of Sarah E.Smith in the Secret of Aldwych Strand trilogy. I was certainly not disappointed. The books are full of facts (some I previously knew but many I didn't) about historical figures like David Lloyd George, Hitler (even though we have all seen numerous photos of him, who knew he had the most mesmerising violet eyes?), Mengele, Churchill, Marconi etc. The books can be read by young people and will teach them, in a great playful way about people they might have heard of (Hitler an Churchill) and those they might never have come across before (Metternich and Valens). Sarah E Smith has a great sence of humour and her use of short chapters makes the books ideal for those of us who either just want to relax reading for half an hour in the evening before turning in, or have a short attention span.I look forward to read more by this very talented writer!

  • By Holly Jane Sanderson on 11 October 2015

    What a fantastic book, I insist you read it, I read it with my 8 week old (who I shall encourage to read it again when he's bigger!!) and we both love it and the quiet time together xx

  • By Matthew Hardiman on 26 August 2015

    Absolutly fantastic conclusion to a great series. Have not felt so involved in a book for a while. Really hope to see more from this author

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