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A Conspiracy in Belgravia doc Þ 319 pages Download ð johnscyclingdiary Ä [Epub] ➚ A Conspiracy in Belgravia By Sherry Thomas – Johns-cycling-diary.co.uk The game is afoot as Charlotte Holmes returns in the atmospheric second novel in New York Times bestseller Sherry Thomas's Victorian sEss helping with all manner of inuiries but she’s not prepared for the new client who arrives at her Upper Baker Street office Lady Ingram wife of Charlotte’s dear friend and benefactor wants Sherlock Holmes to find her first love who failed to show up at their annual rendezvous Matters of loyalty and discretion aside the case becomes even personal for Charlotte as the missing man is none other Review posted on The Eater of Books blogA Conspiracy in Belgravia by Sherry ThomasBook Two of the Lady Sherlock seriesPublisher Berkley BooksPublication Date September 5 2017Rating 4 starsSource eARC from NetGalleySummary from GoodreadsThe game is afoot as Charlotte Holmes returns in the atmospheric second novel in New York Times bestseller Sherry Thomas's Victorian set Lady Sherlock seriesBeing shunned by Society gives Charlotte Holmes the time and freedom to put her extraordinary powers of deduction to good use As “Sherlock Holmes consulting detective” aided by the capable Mrs Watson she’s had great success helping with all manner of inuiries but she’s not prepared for the new client who arrives at her Upper Baker Street officeLady Ingram wife of Charlotte’s dear friend and benefactor wants Sherlock Holmes to find her first love who failed to show up at their annual rendezvous Matters of loyalty and discretion aside the case becomes even personal for Charlotte as the missing man is none other than Myron Finch her illegitimate half brotherIn the meanwhile Charlotte wrestles with a surprising proposal of marriage a mysterious stranger woos her sister Livia and an unidentified body that surfaces where least expected Charlotte’s investigative prowess is challenged as never before Can she find her brother in time—or will he too end up as a nameless corpse somewhere in the belly of LondonWhat I LikedThis seuel novel was incredible uite possibly even better than A Study in Scarlet Women I don't read nearly enough mystery fiction novels but I'm glad I started reading this one Clearly Sherry Thomas can write anything and I'd enjoy itIn this second book Charlotte Holmes has a new set of cases that are puzzling and strange Lady Ingram has sent a reuest for Sherlock Holmes to find her childhood love who did not meet her at their annual rendezvous There is something peculiar about this reuest and Charlotte knows it's not just the case of a missing man especially when Lady Ingram cites that the man is Myron Finch Charlotte's half brother Throw in a dead man and some business from the previous novel and it is clear that this is no ordinary situation Charlotte and Mrs Watson must find Myron Finch before any unpleasant business catches up to him or themThere are so many moving parts to this story which was fantastic Charlotte takes on several cases and some of them intersect The primary one is that of Lady Ingram but there is also a woman who believes her housekeeper is trying to poison her There is the matter of the dead man whom Charlotte happens upon by chance in some ways In the end all of these plots come together except one I thought it was so neat how everything connected As you're reading the story you wonder about each individual case But then as the climax draws near it becomes obvious that many things are connectedThomas had me guessing about everything right up until 98% of the book when all is revealed Don't get me wrong the author drops information here and there enough to make you think you understand what the mystery is But the big reveal is nothing like I would have expected I must applaud Thomas for how she set up the crime and the mysteryCharlotte is so so clever I can't imagine writing such a clever character being easy She is so perceptive and intelligent nothing gets past her She i

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Than Myron Finch her illegitimate half brother In the meanwhile Charlotte wrestles with a surprising proposal of marriage a mysterious stranger woos her sister Livia and an unidentified body that surfaces where least expected Charlotte’s investigative prowess is challenged as never before Can she find her brother in time or will he too end up as a nameless corpse somewhere in the belly of London When I started the series I was apprehensive of how successful my favorite HR writer is going to be navigating the uncharted territories of historical mystery My fears were put to rest as I loved the first installment and this one even a tad betterThe story picks up right after book one ends And rather than describing the plot which would be difficult to do without spoilers I want to share what I felt navigating the story The best analogy I can come up with is viewing a painting by an Impressionist At the beginning if staying too close to the painting all you see is small broken vivid brush strokes of oil paint They appear to be randomly selected unorganized going in different directions and in no way related to each other Take a few steps back and your eyes will have to adjust to its blurriness you start to see the purpose of these strokes They start making sense Take steps back and you reach the perfect end distance where it all comes together and you can truly appreciate the shimmering effect of these not so random strokes marvel at the whole picture they present and you want to see That’s exactly the experiences I had while reading the story And the best part of the story Miss Charlotte Homes herself of course Oh if I can hug a fictional character I would hug her Although on the second thought since she would prefer not to be touched I would bake a delicious pastry to satisfy her ever present sweet tooth The pastry would be light enough so she wouldn’t have to worry about reaching the maximum number of tolerable chinsCharlotte's superb mental abilities and lack of emotional empathy to other are the most fascinating aspects of her character It seems there is a proliferation of stories with female detective set in Regency or Victorian times These women are smart capable andtoo anachronistic of the times Not Charlotte In Charlotte’s characterization Sherry Thomas's talent shines through Charlotte has a brilliant mind amazing ability of deduction She solves almost impossible problems able to connect what appears to be random things and events and does it better than any man around her but is able to do all of this within the boundaries of Victorian England female and not just any Victorian female but unmarried and socially ruined oneThe author didn’t just insert Charlotte into Sherlock’s area of expertise she made a character completely different from the well known man Charlotte has to be creative in her investigation in order to preserve the illusion of Sherlock Holmes to the man on the street and the policeAnd although the mystery is solved at the end there is so much of family and relationship dynamic left to explore Can’t wait for the next installment

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A Conspiracy in BelgraviaThe game is afoot as Charlotte Holmes returns in the atmospheric second novel in New York Times bestseller Sherry Thomas's Victorian set Lady Sherlock seriesBeing shunned by Society gives Charlotte Holmes the time and freedom to put her extraordinary powers of deduction to good use As “Sherlock Holmes consulting detective” aided A Conspiracy PDF by the capable Mrs Watson she’s had great succ Clever devious and highly engaging seuel to A Study in Scarlet Women and picking the story up right after that one endedIt would be impossible to discuss the plot without giving away too much of both book 1 and book 2 so I will only say that things get ever tangled layered and interesting and the uniue female Sherlock spin Ms Thomas offers on the original version staples is ever convincing And it is “technically” possible to read A Conspiracy in Belgravia without having read the first book but that would mean losing a substantial part of the main characters’ arcs Intelligent deep and nuanced main charactersThe romance is relegated to the background here as well but it crackles off the page whenever present while the mystery aspect gains ingenuity and guile The writing is brilliant and polished as always with this author with a uicker pace but at the same time evocative of the classic Victorian suspense novelAn amazing series can’t wait for the next one