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The Game: A novel of susp. has been added to your Cart. Now, about this particular book: the series slowed down a bit and got a bit predictable, although in a positive and comforting way, after Mary agreed to marry Holmes
The Game: A novel of susp. Now, about this particular book: the series slowed down a bit and got a bit predictable, although in a positive and comforting way, after Mary agreed to marry Holmes. However, now again in this novel, Laurie King picks up the level of drama in a very refreshing way, once again.
For Mary Russell and her husband, Sherlock Holmes, returning to the Sussex coast after seven months abroad was especially sweet. There was even a mystery to solve?the unexplained disappearance of an entire colony of bees from one of Holmes’s beloved hives. But the anticipated sweetness of their homecoming is quickly tempered by a galling memory from the past. This, the ninth Russell and Holmes novel, is set in the summer of 1924, and its central character (apart from the series regulars) is a young Surrealist artist by the name of Damian Adler. And for those readers who are up on their Conan Doyle, yes, it’s THAT Adler.
Mary Russell is a fictional character in a mystery series by American author Laurie R. King
Mary Russell is a fictional character in a mystery series by American author Laurie R. King. Written over a period of nearly two decades, King's novels are portrayals of a succession of memoirs written and compiled apparently by an aged Mary Russell.
This is the seventh novel in King’s Mary Russell series and one of my favourites so far. In this instalment, Sherlock Holmes and his wife and partner Mary Russell travel to India to look for Kimball O’Hara – the hero of Rudyard Kipling’s Kim. There is concern from on high that Kim, who has been missing for some three years, has either been captured or has turned traitor in the Great Game. The conceit of the narrative is disarming.
The Game is the seventh book in the Mary Russell series by Laurie R. King, which focuses on the adventures of Russell and her partner and, later, husband, an aging Sherlock Holmes. The events in the book take place between January and March 1924, starting a few weeks after the events of Justice Hall.
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The Game is the seventh book in the Mary Russell series by Laurie R. Kimball O'Hara, the "Kim" of the famous Rudyard Kipling novel, has disappeared. Fearing a geopolitical crisis in the making, Mycroft Holmes sends his brother and Mary to India to uncover what happened. This article about a mystery novel is a stub. You can help World Heritage Encyclopedia by expanding it. v.
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Intreaged to read this: The Game: A novel of suspense featuring Mary Russell and Sherlock Holmes (A Mary Russell & Sherlock Holmes Mystery Book by [King, Laurie R. The Game by Laurie R. King, from the Mary Russell and Sherlock Holmes series I just finished this one, boy that prince was nuts, almost had Holmes killed. I really enjoyed this one and am definitely continuing with the series.
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