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Rippercast: The Whitechapel Murders Podcast
Sherlock: From Adler to Amberley- The Boscombe Valley Mystery
February 1st, 2020
Duration: 01:00:03

Karl Coppack welcomes special guest Luke Kuhns to discuss the fourth story in the Sherlock Holmes short story canon:

The Boscombe Valley Mystery

Luke Kuhns is the author of the best selling novellas 'Sherlock Holmes: Studies in Legacy' and 'The Scarlet Thread of Murder' as well as 'The Untold Adventures of Sherlock Holmes', 'Sherlock Holmes and the Scarlet Thread of Murder', and 'Sherlock Holmes and the Horror of Frankenstein'.

Follow Luke Kuhns on Twitter @LukeWritesCrime

Follow Adler to Amberley on Twitter @adlerto

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