Re-released with BONUS material, this second edition of The Case of The Lonesome Lushington features:

Notes from the author

A detailed explanation by T.G. Campbell about her inspiration for The Case of The Lonesome Lushington, and the historical context of the book. The real-life case of Jack the Ripper and the fictional account of Sweeney Todd, the Demon Barber of Fleet Street are just two topics discussed in this extensive bonus feature. 

Gaslight Gazette

Featured in the book as the fictional newspaper read by London's inhabitants, the Gaslight Gazette is now the real-life, FREE, monthly newsletter for Bow Street Society fans. Information about how to subscribe is now included in the book.

Extracts from the Bow Street Society Casebook

This is a sub-series of short mysteries to read on the go. Extracts from The Case of The Shrinking ShopkeeperThe Case of The Winchester Wife, and The Case of The Perilous Pet may all be found in the back of this second edition.

About the book

In this sequel to The Case of The Curious Client, the Bow Street Society is privately commissioned to investigate the murder of a woman whose mutilated body was discovered in the doorway of the London Crystal Palace Bazaar on Oxford Street. Scandal, lies, intrigue, and murder all await the Society as they explore the consumerist hub of the Victorian Era & its surrounding areas, glimpse the upper classes’ sordid underbelly, and make a shocking discovery no one could’ve predicted…

This second edition was edited by Sue Soares.​​

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Cover central image artwork by Peter Spells 


 (Second edition)
(Bow Street Society Mystery, #2)

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The Bow Street Society is a fictional group of amateur detectives, operating in Victorian London, that features in the writings of award winning crime author, T.G. Campbell.  Each of its civilian members has been enlisted for their unique skill or exceptional knowledge in a particular field. This ensures the Society may work to solve cases on the behalf of their clients regardless of their client’s social class or wealth; cases that the police either can’t or won’t investigate. From an artist to an illusionist, from an architect to a veterinarian, the Bow Street Society's aim is to provide justice by all and for all.