The Mystery of Edwin Drood, Part II, The Solution
by David Saunders
Dickens died at the height of his powers, yet so subtle were the many clues he placed in Drood that many believe he had lost control of the novel’s direction. He had, in fact, successfully hidden not only the true killer’s identity but another murder, as well. This book, beginning where Dickens left off, recreates the rest of the story.