The Case of the Left-Handed Lady
Sherlock Holmes?s sister, Enola, is back on another case! Enola Holmes is being hunted by the world?s most famous detective?her own brother, Sherlock Holmes. But while she is on the run in the world?s biggest, darkest, dirtiest city, she discovers a hidden cache of charcoal drawings and feels as... show more
Sherlock Holmes?s sister, Enola, is back on another case! Enola Holmes is being hunted by the world?s most famous detective?her own brother, Sherlock Holmes. But while she is on the run in the world?s biggest, darkest, dirtiest city, she discovers a hidden cache of charcoal drawings and feels as if she is a soul mate to the girl who drew them. But that girl, Lady Cecily, has disappeared without a trace. Braving the midnight streets, Enola must unravel the clues to find this left-handed lady, but in order to save her, Enola risks revealing more than she should. Will she be able to keep her identity a secret and find Lady Cecily, or will the one thing she is trying to save?her freedom?be lost forever?
Publish date: May 15th 2008
Pages no: 256
Edition language: English
Series: Enola Holmes Mysteries (#2)
This is the second book in Nancy Springer's series about Sherlock Holmes' younger sister Enola. She's in London and trying to stay below the radar of her brothers while still doing good, and the stresses of maintaining several identities is beginning to grind Enola down.She stumbles upon an apparent...
On her fourteenth birthday, Enola's mother disappeared. Enola followed her footsteps shortly thereafter, trying to stay one step ahead of her brothers (Mycroft and Sherlock) at all times. Now she solves cases in London by day, by pretending to be a great detective's secretary, and helps the indigen...
This is another great installment in the series I really expected to hate. The only complaint I could have logged about the last book was that the mystery was rather slight, but even that wasn't really a huge problem as the plot and characters still drove the story along quite nicely. Here we have a...
2.5 stars.It was all right but not the best of the series.I really like Sherlock and Watson's characters. They must be delved into more... I love the relationship between Enola and Sherlock. Or at least, the awesome brothersister relationship they could have if they took the time to get to know one ...
In this, the second of the series, Enola Holmes is living in London masquerading as a young miss named Ivy Meshle and working for the famous Perditorian, Dr. Ragostin. What is a "perditorian" you say? Good question, I had to look it up myself. A perditorian is a finder of lost things. And Dr. Ragost...