Doctor Jack

Doctor Jack Viola Stewart is a widowed optician with a penchant for detectiving who stumbles upon a secret Society of Men in Grey Set in a Victorian steampunk fantasy world this series has a gaslamp flavour Doc

  • Title: Doctor Jack
  • Author: Karen J. Carlisle
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 420
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Doctor Jack

    Viola Stewart is a widowed optician with a penchant for detectiving, who stumbles upon a secret Society of Men in Grey Set in a Victorian steampunk fantasy world, this series has a gaslamp flavour Doctor Jack is a novella 36,000 words Someone is stalking the women of London An unexpected encounter puts our heroine in grave peril Viola is detectiving again, chasing seViola Stewart is a widowed optician with a penchant for detectiving, who stumbles upon a secret Society of Men in Grey Set in a Victorian steampunk fantasy world, this series has a gaslamp flavour Doctor Jack is a novella 36,000 words Someone is stalking the women of London An unexpected encounter puts our heroine in grave peril Viola is detectiving again, chasing secret societies and nefarious plots.

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    One thought on “Doctor Jack

    1. David

      In short, Doctor Viola Stewart confronts Jack the Ripper. What sets this one apart is the protagonist. Viola Stewart is an "Oculist" -- a Victorian eye doctor -- who not only makes glasses, but practices Optography -- capturing images from the eyes of the recently deceased. Although she lost an eye in a previous adventure, she's smart, courageous, confident, and it turns out may have a past with the Ripper. While Stewart and her friend Doctor Henry Collins, a medical examiner for the London Poli [...]

    2. Rachel

      An intriguing take on the Jack the Ripper legend, this novella takes you inside the murders as never before. It is atmospheric, well researched and has a memorable heroine - well worth the read.

    3. K.E. Fraser

      A good, well researched readCarlisle's take on the Jack the Ripper murders is fascinating, and she expertly weaves threads of intrigue and machinery with the mystery.Viola is a relatable character and a uniquely strong woman for the era.It's lucky it's a short book, it meant I only neglected my housework for a few hours :)

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