The Case of the Missing Marquess
Publish date: February 16th 2006
Pages no: 208
Edition language: English
Series: Enola Holmes Mysteries (#1)
This book was 100% adorable, and if I had found it as a middle-grade reader, I would have loved it. There were aspects of it that were wholly unbelievable, and the portrayal of both Sherlock and Mycroft Holmes was not canon, but I am no purist and didn't care a whit. The basic premise is that Sher...
Always on the look out for things to stock my nieces' bookshelves with and being a fan of Sherlock Holmes, I was very pleased to come across Wealhtheow Wylfing's reviews of this series on my update feed, especially as it's Hailey's birthday this month (May).Enola Holmes is the much younger sister of...
I bought this for the kid a while back. I *certainly* didn't want to read it. One of my least favorite novels of all time was a Holmes knock off. Lucky for me, this year I've been trying to catch up on books that have been languishing unread on my shelves (vs. buying new books to languish).What Spri...
Enola Holmes is the much younger sister of Mycroft and Sherlock Holmes. Raised by her Rationalist mother in the country, Enola runs wild and a bit uneducated. But then, on her 14th birthday, Enola's mother vanishes. Sherlock won't look for her, and Mycroft is too busy getting Enola enrolled in a ...