The Case of the Gypsy Good-bye

The Case of the Gypsy Good-bye

The Case of the Gypsy Good-bye

Fourteen year-old Enola is still living in disguise, staying one step ahead of her older brothers Mycroft and Sherlock. Enola has been on her own for almost a year trying desperately to find her missing mother as well as stay away from her two brothers who think the best place for her is a girl’s boarding school.

When a mysterious package arrives at Ferndall Hall – the estate where the Holmes children grew up – Sherlock is called home to investigate.  The art on the intricately decorated package is clearly the work of Lady Eudoria Holmes, Enola’s missing mother. The package is addressed to Enola.

A mysterious package addressed TO a missing person FROM a missing person. Now that’s a mystery for the master – Sherlock Holmes. Of course he might need a little help from his sister Enola, because she isn’t going to be found, unless she WANTS to be found. A terrific end to a great mystery series.  Author: Nancy Springer

Other Enola Holmes Mysteries:

#1: The Case of the Missing Marquess on CD or Downloadable eBook
#2: The Case of the Left Handed Lady
#3: The Case of the Bizarre Bouquests on CD
#4: The Case of the Peculiar Pink Fan on CD
#5: The Case of the Cryptic Crinoline on CD or Downloadable eBook
#6: The Case of the Gypsy Goodbye on Downloadable eBook

If you like reading about Enola try Death in the Air or Vanishing Girl. These two are about Sherlock Holmes as a boy solving mysteries – they reveal how and why Sherlock became a detective in the first place. If you like the time period in Enola and you like the idea of kids solving mysteries on their own in a dark, gothic setting, try The Eyeball Collector or The Story of Cirrus Flux.
Death in the Air The Vanishing Girl The Eyeball Collector The Story of Cirrus Flux
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