A Bee-Keeper’s Diary

 

by Lee Quick

 

DESCRIPTION: This short novel realistically depicts Sherlock Holmes as a young man struggling with the distractions of antagonistic relatives, a shy young woman, a series of drownings on a country estate, and the Mendelssohn violin concerto.

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