Enola Holmes and the Mark of the Mongoose: Enola Holmes 9

Enola Holmes and the Mark of the Mongoose: Enola Holmes 9

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'A young girl who is empowered, capable, and smart...the Enola Holmes book series convey an impactful message to kids and teenagers all over the world that you can do anything if you set your mind to it, and it does so in an exciting and adventurous way.' Millie Bobby Brown

In May 1890, Enola Holmes is finally independent and, no longer hiding from her older brothers Sherlock and Mycroft, occasionally pursuing her chosen profession as a scientific perditorian - a finder of lost things and people.

Wolcott Balestier, the representative of an American book publisher, arrived in London on a singular mission - to contract with English authors for their latest works. When Balestier disappears on the streets of London one day, his great friend Rudyard Kipling bursts into Enola's office looking for help. Brash and unwilling to hire a young woman, instead he turns to Sherlock Holmes. Convinced that evil has befallen Balestier at the hands of the 'book pirates', he sets the elder Holmes on the trail. But Enola is not one to accept defeat, especially not to her brother, and sets off on her own.

Can book publishing truly be so ruthless and deadly, or can the missing man be rescued from his apparent fate and returned to his friends and loved ones?

The redoubtable is determined to do just that, even if it means working with her brother Sherlock!

Children’s / Teenage fiction and true stories

Age: From 12 to 16 years


Nancy Springer

304 pages

H: 198mm W: 128mm

Weight: 228 grams