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They didn’t meet regularly after that, but John and Mycroft fell into a routine of seeing each other every few weeks. They didn’t actually talk much, but they both found a certain ease in knowing the other man missed Sherlock Holmes as much as he did. It wasn’t exactly comforting, any more than survivors of Nazi internment camps find comfort in their shared experiences. Yet, having someone else who knew was a relief—even if the two of them had nothing else in common.

Mycroft hadn’t known right away, that Sherlock had survived. The two brothers had worked together on their plan to bring Moriarty down. The stories Mycroft had told the criminal had been told with Sherlock’s blessing. They had both known the character assassination was under way—though the Richard Brook twist had come as an unwelcome surprise, as had the snipers set to take out John, Mrs. Hudson, and Lestrade. Sherlock had been forced into jumping and Mycroft had not known.

He hadn’t known until he received a text message in the wee hours of that very (very) long day. Mycroft had agreed to keep the secret and had agreed to help keep the others safe—especially John.

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They didn’t meet regularly after that, but John and Mycroft fell into a routine of seeing each other every few weeks. They didn’t actually talk much, but they both found a certain ease in knowing the other man missed Sherlock Holmes as much as he did. It wasn’t exactly comforting, any more than survivors of Nazi internment camps find comfort in their shared experiences. Yet, having someone else who knew was a relief—even if the two of them had nothing else in common.

Mycroft hadn’t known right away, that Sherlock had survived. The two brothers had worked together on their plan to bring Moriarty down. The stories Mycroft had told the criminal had been told with Sherlock’s blessing. They had both known the character assassination was under way—though the Richard Brook twist had come as an unwelcome surprise, as had the snipers set to take out John, Mrs. Hudson, and Lestrade. Sherlock had been forced into jumping and Mycroft had not known.

He hadn’t known until he received a text message in the wee hours of that very (very) long day. Mycroft had agreed to keep the secret and had agreed to help keep the others safe—especially John.

The murders in Whitechapel are shocking enough to make news worldwide, and in the autumn of 1888, Geoffrey and Prudence find the stories in the New York Herald quite unsettling. But London is not the only city to be terrorized by a mad butcher.

Nora Kenny makes the occasional journey on the Staten Island ferry to work in Prudence’s Fifth Avenue house, just as her mother once served Prudence’s mother. As little girls, they played freely together, before retreating into their respective social classes. Still, they remain fond of each other. But when Nora slips away to Saint Anselm’s one chilly Saturday to confess her sins and never returns, Prudence is alarmed. And when Nora’s body is discovered in a local park, Prudence is devastated.

Nora will not be the only young woman to fall victim, but the police are uncertain what they are dealing with. Has the Ripper sailed across the Atlantic to find a new hunting ground? Is some disturbed soul copying his crimes? A former Pinkerton agent, Geoffrey intends to step in where the New York Metropolitan Police seem to be failing, and Prudence is just as determined to protect the poor, vulnerable females being targeted. But a killer with a disordered mind and an incomprehensible motive may prove too elusive for even this experienced pair to outwit.