The Case of the Bizarre Bouquets (Enola Holmes, #3)

The Case of the Bizarre Bouquets
Everyone knows Dr. Watson is Sherlock Holmes' right-hand man - so when he goes missing, it's a shock. Even Sherlock hasn't, well, the slightest clue as to where he could be. Enola is intrigued, but weary; she's still hiding from her older brothers - and getting involved could be disastrous. But when a bizarre bouquet shows up at the Watson residence, full of convolvulus, hawthorn, and white poppies, Enola must act. She dons her most…

Enola Holmes solves another curious case, all while eluding her brothers, Sherlock and Mycroft. This case involves the disappearance of Sherlock’s famous biographer, Dr. Watson.

Nancy Springer’s Enola Holmes stories seem to be successfully getting closer to the canon with each story. In this case, Enola uses a variety of disguises and personalities to not reveal her true identity while tracking down the missing Dr. Watson. Enola must equally use her youth and vitality to escape being found out.

The readers also get to see a seldom-seen, deeper look into Dr. Watson’s wife, Mary.

The story is a middle-grade (MG) read, but it does have a higher vocabulary since it’s using a great many terms from 1889. That being said, it’s a mystery story that should keep young readers involved to the very end.

The Case of the Bizarre Bouquets (Enola Holmes, #3)
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