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Women of her class are molded to be ornaments – “The Hollow of Fear” by Sherry Thomas

At this point, I think enough Cannonballers have written rave reviews about Sherry Thomas’ “Lady Sherlock Series”.  Just read these books if the subject matter appeals to you at all. They are a treasure and I think that each one … Continue reading

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It was beyond evident you’d never fit readily into any man’s life… “A Conspiracy in Belgravia” by Sherry Thomas

The second of “The Lady Sherlock Series” did not disappoint. (I reviewed the first in the series here).  I come to these books with zero knowledge of  Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock. I am only familiar with the ex Mr. Madonna’s Sherlock … Continue reading

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.. the good Lord went to ridiculous lengths to make sure that one of the finest minds in existence was housed in a body least likely to be suspected of it. “A Study in Scarlet Women” by Sherry Thomas

This wasn’t on my radar at all until  CBR folks started reviewing The Lady Sherlock Series.  Thanks! I have zero knowledge of the Sherlock Holmes novels aside from how they are interpreted or reinvented by television and film. At some … Continue reading

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