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Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Brash Blonde (Marty Hudson Mysteries) (Volume 1) Paperback – August 26, 2016
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About the Author
Gemma Halliday is the New York Times, USA Today, and #1 Kindle bestselling author of several mystery series for both adults and young adults. Her books have won numerous awards, including a Golden Heart, two National Reader's Choice awards and three RITA nominations. *** From her first discovery of Nancy Drew, Kelly Rey has had a lifelong love for mystery and tales of things that go bump in the night, especially those with a twist of humor. Through many years of working in the court reporting and closed captioning fields, writing has remained a constant. If she's not in front of a keyboard, she can be found reading, working out or avoiding housework. She's a member of Sisters in Crime and lives in the Northeast with her husband and a menagerie of very spoiled pets.
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Sherlock is invisible here in San Francisco. Dr. John Watson is the ME, Detective Lestrade is a grump, Irene Adler is a manic genius, and Ms Hudson has the memory of a high speed computer but no money. The investigation is excellently done. The puns and the verbal and situational humor are real coffee snorters!
Can't wait for more in this new series!
Of course, it doesn't work out like that and as Marty looks into the death if her great aunt, she stumbles into something bigger.
When the police and medical examiner are recalcitrant in answering her questions, Marty's best friend, Irene Adler, jumps in and says they are private investigators, for an agency run by the mysterious Sherlock Holmes. What starts out as a means to find out his her aunt died, becomes something a lot more and Marty and Irene work to solve the case.
The characters in this updated version of Sherlock work: they are given quirks and modernized to fit the originals. Marty's habit of auditing classes that interest her comes in handy time and again, while Irene's sometimes less than ethical behaviour fits the character and moves the plot along. In the end, this is a cute and enjoyable take on the Sherlock Holmes genre.