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Lady Sherlock: Circle of the Smiling Dead

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LADY NATASHA (TASHA) DORRINGTON, an emancipated and brilliant detective in 1906 London, is drawn into a deadly mystery involving an ancient pagan curse and a diabolical scheme to plunge Europe into a devastating war.
An Admiralty courier is murdered, and plans for the Dreadnought -- a new battleship that will upset the balance of naval power -- are stolen. All evidence impl
Published November 1st 2016 by WordFire Press
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Sherri Rabinowitz
Mar 02, 2018 rated it it was amazing
I really enjoyed this story, it was so much fun! I love both mother and daughter and the story and illustrations reminds me so much of the original Strand Magazine stories. I can't wait to read the next one!!!!
Jul 07, 2018 rated it it was ok
Finished it, but didn't really like it. It started from the first image, which somehow screamed "modern pretending to be old", and the rest of them didn't get any better. The blend of Arthur Conan Doyle's creation with this also rankled with me, especially as "Lady Sherlock" seems to be nigh on omnipresent and the portrayal of Mycroft did not at all gel with my own impressions from repeating reading of the works of Sherlock Holmes. The story wasn't too bad but I found everything else too infuria ...more
Jan 23, 2018 rated it did not like it
Shelves: y2018, quit
Okay, I've had enough. "Lady Sherlock" is more like "Lady Mary Sue". Even Sherlock Holmes himself isn't as all-knowledgeable as she is, and a woman as a respected private detective in Victorian England? I'm sorry, I just can't buy it. She's always perfect, never caught off guard, and goes from (view spoiler)? That's where I quit reading. ...more
Michael January
Sep 24, 2018 rated it it was amazing
An entertaining and clever reimagining of Doyle's vision.
Tom Konkle
Sep 11, 2017 rated it it was amazing
I had an opportunity to read Lady Sherlock recently and it was not only a satisfying read, but a much welcome reminder that an author's love of words and genre is infectious fun. Not only does the book serve up a heaping repast of place and time, this story also weaves in a grand adventure with scope and a love of the literature that proceeded it.

The character of Lady Sherlock is enchanting and the stakes are always high in a narrative that is smartly paced and finely drawn in detail by a true
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