Tuesday, May 29, 2007

BOOK REVIEWS: Why these books are engrossing is no mystery

"Her name is Enola Holmes and she is the much-younger sister of the celebrated fictional detective Sherlock Holmes and his brilliant older brother Mycroft. Enola is a girl with spunk and smarts, which are put to the test when her mother disappears on Enola's 14th birthday. Enola's older brothers, both conventional Victorians, believe that a finishing school is the best place for their untamed sister. Enola, however, has other plans. After a daring escape from her country home, Enola heads to London where -- using all of Sherlock Holmes' methods of disguise and then some -- she sets herself up in London as a woman detective, solving cases as she avoids her brothers' attempts to discover her whereabouts..."
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