Thursday, September 14, 2017

Body on Baker Street-Review/Giveaway

About the book 
Gemma Doyle and Jayne Wilson are busy managing the Sherlock Holmes Bookshop and Emporium on Baker Street and adjoining Mrs. Hudson’s Tea Room in anticipation of the store’s upcoming book signing with the illustrious Renalta Van Markoff, author of the controversial Hudson and Holmes mystery series. But during the author Q&A session, dedicated Sherlockian Donald Morris verbally attacks Renalta and her series for disgracing Sherlock’s legacy, only to be publicly humiliated when the author triumphantly lashes back and gains the upper hand. That is until Renalta collapses on the table―dead.
Donald insists he didn’t do it and pleads to his friends to clear his name. Fortunately, Gemma and Jayne have no shortage of suspects between author’s bullied personal assistant, her frustrated publicist, the hapless publisher, a handsome rare book dealer, an obsessively rabid fan, and a world of other Sherlock enthusiasts with strong objections to Renalta’s depiction of the Great Detective. It’s up to the shrewd sleuthing duo to eliminate the impossible and deduce the truth before the West London police arrest an innocent man in Body on Baker Street, the second Sherlock Homes Bookshop mystery perfect for fans of Miranda James and Kate Carlisle.
And others are saying
I had no idea who the villain was until he/she was revealed. As Gemma explained her logic behind her deduction, I could see the way the clues lined up, but the villain definitely wasn’t on my radar before that.
~Valerie’s Musings
What’s not to love about this series – a Sherlock Holmes themed bookstore, a tea shop, and murder!
~The Book’s the Thing
And  I thought 
A fun series set in a quaint New England town that has just of bit of Britain in it.  
I loved the concept of Tea Room and Book Shop.
Gemma of the book shop and Jayne of the tea room are besties 
that work together and sleuth together as needed. 
When a controversial author ends up dying in the bookstore their 
frient and Sherlock Holmes enthusiast becomes the prime suspect 
Gemma and Janyne have to step up and figure out who dun it. 
In a good 'ole fast paced keep you on the edge of your seat trying to figure which of the many suspects could be the one Body On Baker Street provides an entertaining read. 
Whether your a Sherlock Holmes fan or  not you'll enjoy this 
cozy mystery.  

 I received a complimentary copy from Great Escapes Tours.
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1 comment:

  1. Would like to read more about the Sherlock Holmes Bookstore. Sounds like an interesting book.