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The Case of the Peculiar Pink Fan (Enola Holmes Series #4)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 10, 2008

    the Baker Street Irregulars will appreciate this well written entertaining Victorian investigative tale

    In 1889, Mycroft Holmes tells his younger brother Sherlock that he worries about their fourteen year old sister Enola who ran away from home when her mother deserted her. For eight months Enola has eluded her older siblings while also solving three cases.------------ Enola is earning a living as the ¿assistant¿ to Scientific Perditorian Dr. Ragosotv, a figure head she made up as a front. Stopping at the London Ladies¿ Lavatory she runs into Cecily Alistair, who she recently rescued (see THE CASE OF THE LEFT-HANDED LADY) chaperoned by two dominating aristocratic ladies. A desperate Cecily passes a pink fan to Enola after mouthing silently help. Cecily begins her rescue effort with a search for the ¿Pink Tea¿ party among the fashionable magazines unaware that Sherlock has been hired by Cecily¿s mother to save her daughter from an unwanted marriage arranged by her husband.---------------- Although targeting older elementary school students, the Baker Street Irregulars will appreciate this well written entertaining Victorian investigative tale starring Sherlock Holmes smarter younger sister. Enola makes the tale as she eludes her well meaning older siblings while earning a living as a Scientific Perditorian. Whereas Mycroft plays a tertiary character trying to do what he feels is right for his teenage sister whose suffragette mom abandoned her and London, Sherlock plays a key secondary role in the case. Nancy Springer provides a fresh entry to the vast ever expanding Holmesian universe.----------- Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 18, 2013

    QUESTION??????

    how do i delete books from my library???????





    -Nayomi magallanes

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 22, 2012

    Delightful and Very Interesting

    In this installment of the Enola Holmes Series, suspicion about Lady Cecily's storyline after The Left Handed Lady is finally fulfilled in a non-predictable way. The ending was okay, but it could have had a little more. I was hoping it would've gone more in-depth about her dual personality, as in the 2nd book. It didn't talk about left-hand/right-hand differences this time. However, it was very well writen and kept me turning the page. Springer did very well this time, and I can't wait to see what she will write next!

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  • Posted November 2, 2008

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    Interesting....

    I found this to be a good installment to the series following the general flow of the books. A good mystery and I as the Cat was pleased that Enola had an encounter with Sherlock Holmes which I have been waiting for for a while now. Although I do believe Mr. Sherlock Homes could have found Enola had he really wanted to. Other than such I give the book a good rating for keeping the mystery interesting, the codes pretty good, and the plot intruiging.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 4, 2008

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    This book is about Enola Holmes, sister of famous Sherlock Holmes, as she sloves another mystery.

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