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The Case of the Cryptic Crinoline - Community Reviews back

by Nancy Springer
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wealhtheow rated it 7 years ago
On her fourteenth birthday, Enola Holmes (youngest sibling of Mycroft and Sherlock) woke to find that her mother had left in the night, leaving behind only a series of cryptic clues. To avoid being sent to boarding school, Enola flees her brothers' care and heads to London, where she alternately lo...
Bashara Likes Books
Bashara Likes Books rated it 7 years ago
I have been loving this series! LOVING! However, I will say this has been the weakest entry in the series. I still love Enola, but some of aspects of her character are starting to get just a wee bit stagnant. Also, with every single installment I've mentioned the weakness of the mysteries and, for m...
So Many Books...So Little Time!
So Many Books...So Little Time! rated it 9 years ago
This, the fifth in the Enola Holmes series, has Enola tracking down her beloved landlady, deaf-as-a-post Mrs. Tupper. One day, after arriving home from her job as Dr. Ragostin's secretary, Enola is asked by Mrs. Tupper to help figure out a message that is sent to her regarding "information from the ...
Miss Clark
Miss Clark rated it 11 years ago
This fifth book in the Enola Holmes series brings Enola into contact with her brother once more in a mystery involving her death and elderly landlady, a scandal from the Crimean War, spies and Florence Nightengale, but by the end of this mystery Sherlock is beginning to see that maybe Enola is runni...
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