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About the Author

Stephen Lees is American but attended boarding school in England. Having graduated with a law degree from the University of East Anglia he went up to Lincoln’s Inn in London to train as a barrister. His first book, ‘Visions of Architecture’, was published by Bloomsbury in 2011 and is about the construction process and why buildings are designed in a certain manner. Lees published the first volume in his epic pantology of novels about Sherlock Holmes – ‘The Iron Mausoleum’, a shocking account of the true story behind the sinking of the Titanic – in 2012. Three further volumes followed: ‘The Iron Vault’ and ‘The Iron Soul’ and ‘The Iron Titan’. The entire pantology is available on Amazon and for Kindle. The books are notable for their historical veracity and vivid descriptions of Victorian and Edwardian architecture, as well as the atmospheric descriptions of the seething underbelly of contemporary London and New York. They also contain a number of original illustrations by the author. Stephen Lees lives in London. He can usually be found at the bar in the Groucho Club. He aspires to membership of the Duquesne Club in Pittsburgh.

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  • File Size: 11810 KB
  • Print Length: 324 pages
  • Publisher: SPEL Publication (July 20, 2013)
  • Publication Date: July 20, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00E2Z2LL0
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Stephen Lees is American but attended boarding school in England. Having graduated with a Law Degree from the University of East Anglia he went up to Lincoln's Inn in London to train as a Barrister.

Lees published the first volume in his epic pantology of novels about Sherlock Holmes - 'The Iron Mausoleum', a shocking account of the true story behind the sinking of the Titanic - in 2012. Four further volumes followed: 'The Iron Vault', 'The Iron Soul', 'The Iron Metropolis' and 'The Iron Titan'. The books are notable for their historical veracity and vivid descriptions of Victorian and Edwardian architecture, as well as the atmospheric descriptions of the seething underbelly of contemporary London, New York and Pittsburgh. They also contain a number of original line illustrations by the author.

Stephen Lees lives in London. He can usually be found at the bar in the Groucho Club. He aspires to membership of the Duquesne Club in Pittsburgh. His first non-fiction book 'Visions of Architecture' was published by Bloomsbury in 2011 and is about the construction process and why buildings are designed in a certain manner.

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This book is a fast-paced novel that is true to the original style of earlier Sherlock Holmes stories. I have always loved the detail and use of the interesting vocabulary and situations to keep the story moving that was usually found in a Sherlock Holmes mystery. This author has done an excellent job in writing a great mystery. I cannot wait to read another of his books.
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