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A Conspiracy in Belgravia (Lady Sherlock #2)
by Sherry Thomas Pub date 9/5/17 5 Star
I am a big fan of Sherlock Holmes, so when I saw a new series this time with Lady Sherlock, I just had to read the first A Study In Scarlet Women (4 Star) then the second in the series A Conspiracy in Belgravia. (5 Star) I loved everything about these books. Ms. Thomas’ Victorian-set Lady Sherlock series has Charlotte Holmes playing the part of Sherlock Holmes along with Mrs. Watson and numerous other delightful characters. Book one sets the whole story up and book two takes off where book one ended and moves very fast and left me wishing for the next book in the series. Highly recommend.— From Staff Picks- Della
The game is afoot as Charlotte Holmes returns in USA Today bestselling author Sherry Thomas's Victorian-set Lady Sherlock series. 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. Matters of loyalty and discretion aside, the case becomes even more personal for Charlotte as the missing man is none other than Myron Finch, her illegitimate half brother. In the meanwhile, Charlotte wrestles with a surprising proposal of marriage, a mysterious stranger woos her sister Livia, and an unidentified body surfaces where least expected. Charlotte's investigative prowess is challenged as never before: Can she find her brother in time--or will he, too, end up as a nameless corpse somewhere in the belly of London?
About the Author
USA Today bestseller Sherry Thomas is one of the most acclaimed historical fiction authors writing today, having won the RITA Award two years running and appeared on innumerable "Best of the Year" lists, including those of Publishers Weekly, Kirkus Reviews, Library Journal, Dear Author, and All About Romance. Her novels include A Study in Scarlet Women, first in the Lady Sherlock series; My Beautiful Enemy; and The Luckiest Lady in London.