Sherlock Holmes & Elizabeth Bennet Mysteries (Hardcover)
Witness the beginning of a collaboration between two legendary literary characters
Death at the Netherfield Park Ball
Elizabeth Bennet first encounters Sherlock Holmes at a public ball, where both are intrigued by the other. Although she finds him to be abrasive and uncouth, she cannot help but admire his ability to discover secrets and scandals with nothing more than a glance.
At a private ball, an officer is mysteriously murdered, his killer leaving little evidence behind. Holmes and Bennet join forces to solve the case, and as they dive deeper into the murder victim's sordid past, they discover truths about those closest to them that they may have preferred to have kept hidden.
The Mystery of the Indian Diadem
After the marriage of Jane and Mr. Bingley, Lizzie is invited to stay with them at their estate in London. She plans on meeting with Mr. Holmes again, in hopes of working another case. When she does call upon him in his London apartment, the two hit the ground running. Mr. Holmes has been retained as a private detective in the case of a murder and missing treasure. He is initially intrigued because the murder appears accidental and was ruled as such by the coroner.
Lizzie must learn to balance her newly found love of solving crimes with her family's and society's expectations of her. She is expected to settle down and marry, but her love of detective work and observation has eliminated her own desire to marry, especially as she begins to realize that it is possible to make a living from doing such things as solving crimes.
The Peculiar Doctor Barnabus
Lizzie and Mr. Holmes are approached by an odd man with a scar above his right eye. He says he requires their help but refuses to tell them what he needs help with or who he is. Their curiosity gets the better of them and they are swept into this man's dark and mysterious world. He is the ring leader of a circus that neither Lizzie nor Holmes have ever heard of before and Holmes is not convinced that it actually exists. As they dive deeper into this seedy world of showmanship, Lizzie begins to feel danger creeping up behind her. She must not only face this danger, but she must do it alone.
- 2 Mindfulness coloring pages
- Jane Austen Biography
- Arthur Conan Doyle Biography
- Amelia Littlewood Interview