"Sherlock Holmes and the Whitechapel Vampire" is a Sherlokian novel by author and former Naval Officer, Dean Turnbloom.
Jack the Ripper is on the loose, terrorizing the streets of London's seamy East End in Sherlock
Holmes and the Whitechapel Vampire. With pressure for an arrest mounting, a reluctant Inspector Abberline of Scotland Yard calls on Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson for assistance. Using a combination of intuition, luck, and good old-fashioned police work, the trail they follow leads them directly to Baron Antonio Barlucci. A wealthy Italian financier, Baron Barlucci is a long time family friend of Scotland Yard Commissioner Sir Charles Warren and a ruthless vampire. His trail of blood stretches from Paris to London and if he's not captured soon an innocent young Italian immigrant will swing from the gallows for a murder he didn't commit. But the baron has other plans. He's come to London to enlist the aid of a young American, Dr. Alan Tremaine, to cure his vampirism and in the process falls in love with Sir Charles' niece, Abigail Drake.
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