Forensic detection in the Edwardian age

For my 15th solo Audible release, CSI meets Columbo in R. Austen Freeman’s The Adventures of Dr Thorndyke

The Adventures of Dr Thorndyke

“[T]he longer I practise, the more I become convinced that the microscope is the sheet-anchor of the medical jurist.” So declares “scientific investigator”, Dr John Thorndyke, as he interprets the clues found in the likes of bloodstains, dust, ash, hairs and fibres, and broken glass, to evolve “an ordered train of evidence from a mass of facts apparently incoherent and unrelated,” leading to the solution of the mystery…

This book contains five tales of intrigue, murder, mutiny, pathos, and romance – including four in Freeman’s then revolutionary “inverted detective story” format.