A Conspiracy in Belgravia

A Conspiracy in Belgravia

Book - 2017
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"Being shunned by Society gives Charlotte Holmes the time and freedom to put her extraordinary powers of deduction to good use. As Sherlock Holmes, consulting detective, aided by the capable Mrs. Watson, she's had great success helping with all manner of inquiries, but she's not prepared for the new client who arrives at her Upper Baker Street office: Lady Ingram, wife of Charlotte's dear friend and benefactor, wants Sherlock Holmes to find her first love, who failed to show up at their annual rendezvous"--Amazon.com.
Publisher: New York :, Berkley,, 2017
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9780425281413
Branch Call Number: Mystery
Characteristics: 317 pages ; 21 cm


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Mar 07, 2018

Second in the "Lady Sherlock" series. Interesting characters and concept, but readers should definitely begin with "A Study in Scarlet Women", the first in the series.

JessicaGma Feb 20, 2018

A lovely little series - the sequel to A Study in Scarlet Women was quite solid, and leaves much open, which will be resolved in #3(?) I like these characters immensely.

KateHillier Feb 06, 2018

This was just as much fun and just as compelling as the last one. I really love this series and I really love how it's a bunch of awesome women really running things and getting stuff done or really awesomely devious women. All in all I'm all about the representation here but I adore what's being done with the "Sherlock Holmes" of this world - and in more than one way!

In this volume Charlotte has a marriage proposal, a conspiracy involving her half brother, affairs, code breaking, Mrs. Watson, Livia Holmes, and other awesomeness that will have you running for this book and being very, very sad when it's over. Be sure to read the first one (A Study in Scarlet Women) first

Chapel_Hill_AmandaG Jul 23, 2017

I absolutely loved the first book in the Lady Sherlock series and it ended up being one of my favorite books of 2016. I was thrilled to have a chance to delve into A Conspiracy in Belgravia and overall found it to be another enjoyable read. My main quibble with this one was there were too many different things going on at once with the missing brother, the coded telegram, the marriage proposal, the possible poisoning, Livia’s mysterious man, the introduction of Moriarty, etc. I was a little confused for a good half of the book about what the main mystery was because none of these happenings were getting any more attention than the others. Of course, Thomas manages to show how a lot of these are related by the end, but it was rather overwhelming for a while. That being said, the rich details, the fantastic characters, and the fun spin on the classic Sherlock Holmes universe still made for a delightful read. There were a lot of loose threads at the end of this second book and I can’t wait to see what Thomas does with them in book #3!


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