A Study In Scarlet Women: The Lady Sherlock Series
Publish date: 2016-10-04
Pages no: 336
Edition language: English
What a unique take on Sherlock Holmes. As a young child, you never would have thought that quiet Charlotte would grow up to be the woman behind this determined and cunning novel. Charlotte studied individuals without them noticing her, she perceived things that others might not notice, carefully con...
I am quite optimistic about this series. The writing is compelling, and so are this particular Holmes and Watson. There are some pacing issues in the first half, but overall, it's very satisfying in terms of plot, character, and craft. And it sets up a series that looks to be a great deal of fun wit...
Originally I had no interest in a book that recasts the famous detective as Charlotte Holmes. Never read the original source material, only saw a few adaptations/other imaginings (including Robert Downey Jr's and Ian McKellen) plus enjoying characters supposedly inspired by Holmes such as Hugh Lauri...
Please note that I gave this book 3.5 stars and rounded up to 4 stars on Goodreads.Wow. I can honestly say that after reading "Stalking Jack the Ripper" I was hesitant to read another historical. My big pet peeve is when authors write something taking place in the Regency or Victorian era and have t...
This was awesome. I can't even write a review properly, no clue how to put that in words. I read this in one day. I was drawn into the world, the lives of the characters and didn't want to leave. Then I get to the end and it says the next is out in fall of 2017 Wahhh???? *wimpers. I want it now.
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