Book 5, Mary Russell & Sherlock Holmes
Laurie R. King
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1918. Forced to flee England, Sherlock Holmes and his young apprentice Mary Russell enter British-occupied Palestine under the auspices of Holmes's enigmatic brother, Mycroft. Their arrival coincides with a rash of unsolved murders that has baffled the authorities, yet no one is too pleased at Holmes's insistence on reconstructing the most recent homicide in the desert where it occurred. What they unexpectedly uncover will lead Russell and Holmes through an exotic gauntlet of labyrinthine bazaars, verminous hovels, cliff-hung monasteries - and into mortal danger. In the jewel-like city of Jerusalem, they will at last meet their adversary, whose lust for power could ignite a tinderbox of hostilities just waiting for a spark...
A wonderfully evocative adventure
Evocative of the time and Arabia. I normally hurry through to the climax of a book but in this case I am sorry to finish reading about the vividly presented locations and way of life. An engaging mystery adventure. Well worth the read.
- Category: Historical
- Published: 25 June 2012
- Publisher: Allison & Busby
- Print Length: 416 Pages
- Language: English
- Series: Book 5, Mary Russell & Sherlock Holmes