The Case of the Peculiar Pink Fan
Publish date: September 18th 2008
Pages no: 192
Edition language: English
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Historical Fiction
, Middle Grade
, Historical Mystery
Series: Enola Holmes Mysteries (#4)
bookshelves: adventure, britain-england, fraudio, mystery-thriller, victoriana, published-2008, young-adult, historical-fiction Read in August, 2009 Wheeeekend fun-reading starts here, May 1889...This is the fourth of a series feauring Enola Holmes, the much younger sister to Sherlock and Mycroft...
There are a couple things about this series that are getting a little tiresome. Enola's constant harping on her looks for one. It just seems out of character. Also, I only need hear how thin and sallow she is once, maybe twice, before I get the point. Also, the mysteries are still really, really wea...
Enola was raised a idiosyncratically in an isolated manor house by her mother. When her mother decamped to live her own life, Enola discovered that she too could lead an independent life--but she nevertheless misses her mother terribly. Their only communication since her mother's disappearance is ...
2.5 stars.Review to come.
Another good story in the Enola Holmes series. This one has Enola to rescue, after Lady Cecily is again in grave peril! Enola is resting in the Ladie's Public Lavatory after a day of shopping when she encounters Lady Cecily (from The Case of the Left-Handed Lady). Cecily is dressed in a very curious...