The Case of the Gypsy Goodbye
Publish date: May 13th 2010
Publisher: Philomel Books
Pages no: 177
Edition language: English
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Historical Fiction
, Middle Grade
, Historical Mystery
Series: Enola Holmes Mysteries (#6)
The world seriously lost a little of its color the day I finished this book. It is the mark of a truly remarkable series when I can honestly say that I am more than just a little devastated to be done with Enola. (Particularly when you consider I just *knew* I'd hate these books when I grudgingly s...
After her father's death and her mother's disappearance, Enola Holmes escaped her older brothers and went into business for herself as a consulting detective. The case of a missing duchess brings her and Sherlock Holmes together, and Enola must decide whether to maintain her lonely freedom or hope ...
2.5 stars.Okay. Um. Good story. Cute MG mystery.I still love the dynamic between Enola, Sherlock, and now, Mycroft. I love siblings and these three, once they aren't running away from one another and/or threatening to ship Enola off to "finishing school", they are really rather cute.But their stupid...
The Case of the Gypsy Goodbye is the conclusion to the Enola Holmes mystery series. I enjoyed this series very much. In the final installment, Enola is found by her much older brother, Sherlock when he brings a mysterious letter to her. The letter was sent to their family estate, Ferndell, and was a...
A tidy ending to Nancy Springer's Enola Holmes series, with resolution given on all counts: the location of Enola's mother, Enola's relationship with her brothers Mycroft and Sherlock, her future and the case at hand.The series was a great mystery/ historical MG series, with lots of great looks into...