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Elementary, She Read (A Sherlock Holmes Bookshop Mystery #1) Gemma Doyle, A Transplanted Englishwoman, Has Returned To The Quaint Town Of West London On Cape Cod To Manage Her Great Uncle Arthur S Sherlock Holmes Bookshop And Emporium The Shop Located At 222 Baker Street Specializes In The Holmes Canon And Pastiche, And Is Also The Home Of Moriarty The Cat When Gemma Finds A Rare And Potentially Valuable Magazine Containing The First Sherlock Homes Story Hidden In The Bookshop, She And Her Friend Jayne Who Runs The Adjoining Mrs Hudson S Tea Room Set Off To Find The Owner, Only To Stumble Upon A Dead Body The Highly Perceptive Gemma Is The Police S First Suspect, So She Puts Her Consummate Powers Of Deduction To Work To Clear Her Name, Investigating A Handsome Rare Books Expert, The Dead Woman S Suspiciously Unmoved Son, And A Whole Family Of Greedy Characters Desperate To Cash In On Their Inheritance But When Gemma And Jayne Accidentally Place Themselves At A Second Murder Scene, It S A Race To Uncover The Truth Before The Detectives Lock Them Up For Good.Fans Of Sherlock Holmes Will Delight In The Sleuthing Duo Of Gemma And Jayne In Elementary, She Read, The Clever And Captivating Series Debut By Nationally Bestselling Author Vicki Delany.

!!> Ebook ➭ Elementary, She Read (A Sherlock Holmes Bookshop Mystery #1)  ➮ Author Vicki Delany – Diclofenac16.us
  • Hardcover
  • 308 pages
  • Elementary, She Read (A Sherlock Holmes Bookshop Mystery #1)
  • Vicki Delany
  • English
  • 08 March 2018
  • 1683310969

    10 thoughts on “!!> Ebook ➭ Elementary, She Read (A Sherlock Holmes Bookshop Mystery #1) ➮ Author Vicki Delany – Diclofenac16.us


  1. says:

    4 stars to Vicki Delany s Elementary, She Read, the first in a new Sherlock Holmes Bookshop Mystery series I ve read a few other books by this author, jumping at the chance to read this new series, as I really enjoy her ability to immerse you in the setting of a quaint and charming little town full of memorable characters And it did not disappoint Story Gemma is a transplant from England, now residing in West London on Cape Cod in Massachusetts as part owner of her uncle s Sherlock Holmes 4 stars to Vicki Delany s Elementary, She Read, the first in a new Sherlock Holmes Bookshop Mystery series I ve read a few other books by this author, jumping at the chance to read this new series, as I really enjoy her ability to immerse you in the setting of a quaint and charming little town full of memorable characters And it did not disappoint Story Gemma is a transplant from England, now residing in West London on Cape Cod in Massachusetts as part owner of her uncle s Sherlock Holmes bookshop and new friend s traditional tea shop When a busload of mystery loving grannies invade their stores, and a rare edition of a magazine turn up hiding on the bookshelves, Gemma knows something is not right She tracks down one of the women, but finds her murdered in her hotel room The police suspect Gemma, as her story of Good Samaritan to return the magazine cannot ...


  2. says:

    Gemma Doyle moved from England to Cape Cod, Massachusetts to manage The Sherlock Holmes Bookshop and Emporium Gemma co owns the establishment with her 90 year old great uncle Arthur Clive Doyle, who claims distant kinship with Arthur Conan Doyle the creator of Sherlock Holmes Spry Uncle Arthur is often off on excursions or with lady friends , leaving Gemma in charge of the business.Gemma also co owns the adjoining shop, Mrs Hudson s Tea Room , which is run by her best friend Jayne Wilso Gemma Doyle moved from England to Cape Cod, Massachusetts to manage The Sherlock Holmes Bookshop and Emporium Gemma co owns the establishment with her 90 year old great uncle Arthur Clive Doyle, who claims distant kinship with Arthur Conan Doyle the creator of Sherlock Holmes Spry Uncle Arthur is often off on excursions or with lady friends , leaving Gemma in charge of the business.Gemma also co owns the adjoining shop, Mrs Hudson s Tea Room , which is run by her best friend Jayne Wilson The Emporium and the Tea Room do good business, especially during the tourist season, when customers flock in to enjoy shopping and refreshments I wouldn t mind having some of the the caf s scones with butter, clotted cream, and strawberry jam myself LOL Like Sherlock Holmes, Gemma is very observant and has exceptional deductive abilities which she demonstrates at every opportunity For instance, when Gemma...


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    Gemma Doyle manages a small, Sherlock Holmes themed book and souvenir shop in picturesque Cape Cod The store is owned by Gemma s uncle who believes he is a distant relative of the author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle , and she s moved from her native England to help out her aging relative Her best friend, Jayne, runs a tea room right next door Although Gemma shares the same keen sense of observation as the famed detective Holmes, she never expects to be part of a murder...


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    Dollycas s ThoughtsThis series is off to an amazing start We meet Gemma Doyle, relative of Sir Authur Conan Doyle She says no, but her Uncle s name is Arthur so you just never know She and her uncle own the Sherlock Holmes Bookshop and Emporium at 222 Baker Street The also own half of the tea shop next door run by Gemma s friend, Jayne Both shops are very popular with the tourists While setting the store to rights after a rush of customers, something Gemma is very particular about, she fi Dollycas s ThoughtsThis series is off to an amazing start We meet Gemma Doyle, relative of Sir Authur Conan Doyle She says no, but her Uncle s name is Arthur so you just never know She and her uncle own the Sherlock Holmes Bookshop and Emporium at 222 Baker Street The also own half of the tea shop next door run by Gemma s friend, Jayne Both shops are very popular with the tourists While setting the store to rights after a rush of customers, something Gemma is very particular about, she finds what appears to by a valuable magazine, said to contain Doyle s first Sherlock Holmes story In a way similar to the great sleuth, Gemma deduces who left the magazine and where the person is staying But by the time she and Jayne arrive all the find is a dead body Gemma has a little history with one of the detectives but the other detective seems to dislike her immediately and names Gemma the prime suspect Gemma decides to use her own special skills to clear her name and find the real ki...


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    Note I read this book last month, but the publisher has asked that reviews be held until the month the book is released.Somewhere it must be written that heroines or heroes of so called cozy mysteries must be the most obnoxious and interfering people on the face of the earth I realize that without those characteristics, the plots probably wouldn t go much of anywhere but boy, does it ever get under my skin Gemma Doyle, the heroine here and co owner of the Sherlock Holmes Bookshop and Empo Note I read this book last month, but the publisher has asked that reviews be held until the month the book is released.Somewhere it must be written that heroines or heroes of so called cozy mysteries must be the most obnoxious and interfering people on the face of the earth I realize that without th...


  6. says:

    received for review from the publisher through Cozy Mystery Review Crew This book sounded so good that I was really excited to get it and looking forward to reading it And it was good, but not quite up to my admittedly high expectations The first person narrator, Gemma Doyle, runs a book store gift shop devoted to Sherlock Holmes and items related to Holmes, Arthur Conan Doyle, and the Sherlock canon Not because she is a particularly devoted Sherlock fan, but because her uncle, who IS a pa received for review from the publisher through Cozy Mystery Review Crew This book sounded so good that I was really excited to get it and looking forward to reading it And it was good, but not quite up to my admittedly high expectations The first person narrator, Gemma Doyle, runs a book store gift shop devote...


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    Gemma Doyle is English, but has moved to West London, MA to help her Great Uncle Arthur run his bookstore and emporium The shop is located at 222 Baker Street and sells all things Sherlock Holmes everything ranging from books and magazines to busts and movie posters Right next door, Gemma s best friend Jayne has a tea shop, Mrs Hudson s Tea Room Gemma loves everything about her new home, except maybe the shop cat, Moriarty, who doesn t seem to like her one bit I am a BIG Sherlock Holmes Gemma Doyle is English, but has moved to West London, MA to help her Great Uncle Arthur run his bookstore and emporium The shop is located at 222 Baker Street and sells all things Sherlock Holmes everything ranging from books and magazines to busts and movie posters Right next door, Gemma s best friend Jayne has a tea shop, Mrs Hudson s Tea Room Gemma loves everything about her new home, except maybe the shop cat, Moriarty, who doesn t seem to like her one bit I am a BIG Sherlock Holmes fan, so I knew from the start that I would enjoy this book series I am however struggling under the Mount Everest of TBR piles.and it took me awhile to dig down to this ...


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    I really enjoyed this book While Gemma s character had some of the traits of Sherlock Holmes, she also was a loving, caring woman She wasn t the robot that Sherlock is sometimes portrayed to be While the robot thing works well on the screen, it is hard to connect with that person in a novel I think that is why the original Holmes books were shown through Watson s eyes No need to do that with this book though Although reserved, Gemma has a lively personality that a lot of introverts can rel I really enjoyed this book While Gemma s character had some of the traits of Sherlock Holmes, she also was a loving, caring woman She wasn t the robot that Sherlock is sometimes portrayed to be While the robot thing works well on the screen, it is hard to connect with that person in a novel I think that is why the original Holmes books were shown through Watson s eyes No need to do that with this book though Although reserved, Gemma has a lively personality that a lot of introverts can relate to Her relationship with Jayne was cleverly written and touching at the same time.The mystery in Elementary, She Read, was very good It was layered with a few twists...


  9. says:

    ELEMENTARY, SHE READ A Sherlock Holmes Bookshop Mystery 1 In this brand new series which is a cozy mystery Gemma Doyle and her Great Uncle Arthur own a bookstore that is also a gift shop specializing in Sherlock Holmes books and gifts Emma s best friend Jane who runs the adjoining coffee shop and bakery called Mrs Hudson s Tea Room, owns half of the Tearoom business One day a busload of bridge players takes a tour to visit their business In the same time frame Gemma notices a woman come in ELEMENTARY, SHE READ A Sherlock Holmes Bookshop Mystery 1 In this brand new series which is a cozy mystery Gemma Doyle and her Great Uncle Arthur own a bookstore that is also a gift shop specializing in Sherlock Holmes books and gifts Emma s best friend Jane who runs the adjoining coffee shop and bakery called Mrs Hudson s Tea Room, owns half of the Tearoom business One day a busload of bridge play...


  10. says:

    Elementary She Read by Vicki Delany will appeal to the bookworm as well as the cozy mystery fan Gemma Doyle is very much like the Sherlock to whom her bookstore pays homage Sharp powers of observation, keen deductive reasoning, and a lack of tact in delivering them, etc But you forgive what could be annoying because she s such a hoot She s unintentionally funny and awkward, and you just want to hug her Though, I don t think that would go over especially well.The back and forth between Gemma Elementary She Read by Vicki Delany will appeal to the bookworm as well as the cozy mystery fan Gemma Doyle is very much like the Sherlock to whom her bookstore pays homage Sharp powers of observation, keen deductive reasoning, and a lack of tact in delivering them, etc But you forgive what could be annoying...

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