is the second book in this intriguing new series, and I am
happy to report that it is even better than the first! While
the debut of any series affords the reader an opportunity
to get to know the characters, the setting, and the author’s
writing style, the second book can be a make or break, in
my humble opinion.
happy to find that Gemma Doyle was still as detail oriented
as ever, and her friendship with Jayne Wilson remains strong.
Her romantic life remains a cliff hanger, and Moriarity, the
bookshop cat, still doesn’t like Gemma!
time, the mystery involves an author who came to the Sherlock
Holmes Bookshop and Emporium to sign her newest book. Renalta
Van Markoff is a controversial author, as her Hudson and Holmes
mystery series doesn’t sit well with fans of the traditional
Sherlock Holmes. When Van Markoff is poisoned and dies at
the signing, Sherlock fan Donald Morris, a local to West London,
on Cape Cod, is considered to be the most likely suspect Yet
Gemma doesn’t believe the man to be a killer, and despite
warnings from the police, Gemma decides to clear her name.
she be able to use her keen intellect and sharp wit to do
so, or will she draw the killer into her own sphere, making
her a potential victim?
only one way to find out! Get yourself a copy of “The
Body on Baker Street” and follow the clues!
of other titles in this series
She Read #1
on Baker Street #2
Cat of the Baskervilles #3
Scandal in Scarlet #4