Charles Lenox

Created by Charles Finch

London in the 1870s. Gas lights. Hansom cabs. Gentlemen's clubs. Fog. And murder.

When the going gets tough, who ya gonna call?

Evidently CHARLES LENOX, a Victorian sleuth, and a gentleman through and through; a former explorer and Member of Parliament, and currently part of a thriving detective agency.

The inspiration is obviously Doyle, but gone upscale. Critics have praised the author's literate wit and elegance, as well as his detailed historical research, lauding him for bringing Jane Austen, P.G. Wodehouse and Charles Dickens into the mix.

It sounds like an Anglophile wet dream. I'm surprised it isn't already a show on PBS.

UNDER OATH

  • "Finch is a clever plotter and assiduous researcher. Like Anthony Trollope, he is an insiderís outsider. If you are a mystery addict seeking an escape hatch from the 21st century, check out this series by an elegant writer at the top of his form."

Seattle Times, on Home By Nightfall

NOVELS

SHORT STORIES & NOVELLAS

  • "An East End Murder" (November 2011, ebook)...Kindle it!
  • Report respectfully submitted by Kevin Burton Smith.


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