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  • ISBN: 0062399047
  • ISBN: 9780062399045
  • Physical Description: 419 pages ; 22 cm.
  • Edition: First edition.
  • Publisher: New York, NY : Harper, an imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers, [2017]

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Summary, etc.: Moira Moriarty calls upon the clever Sherlock Holmes, her brother James's roommate at school, to help solve the mystery of her father's death, leading them to a secret sect, a rare jewel, and a friendship torn asunder.
Target Audience Note:
Ages 8 up.

  • Booklist Reviews : Booklist Reviews 2017 October #1
    Following the events of The Initiation (2016), James, his little sister, Moira, and Sherlock sink deep into hidden clues at Baskerville Academy and at home in Boston as they investigate James and Moira's father's accidental death. Over Christmas vacation, Sherlock has solved a clue left behind in a desk drawer, but that brings more questions than answers. Halting their progress is James' involvement with a secret society, the Scowerers, at school, whose assignments are, to say the least, concerning. As James grows more and more distant, Moira feels she can only trust Sherlock, a move she hopes she won't regret. There's adventure aplenty, and the ending is left open for sequels that will likely further young Moriarty's progress from schoolboy to famed villain. Modern Sherlock adaptations can be a hard sell to the middle-grade crowd, and most won't get the sly jokes and references to the original works. Still, Sherlock's characterization is spot-on, though, and that alone will keep readers coming back for more. Copyright 2017 Booklist Reviews.

Subject: Moriarty Professor (Fictitious character) Juvenile fiction
Holmes, Sherlock Juvenile fiction
Holmes, Sherlock Fiction
Moriarty, Professor (Fictitious character) Fiction
Fathers Death Juvenile fiction
Secret societies Juvenile fiction
Boarding schools Juvenile fiction
Schools Juvenile fiction
Brothers and sisters Juvenile fiction
Boston (Mass.) Juvenile fiction
Fathers Death Fiction
Secret societies Fiction
Boarding schools Fiction
Schools Fiction
Brothers and sisters Fiction
Boston (Mass.) Fiction
Mystery and detective stories
JUVENILE FICTION / Action & Adventure
JUVENILE FICTION / Family / Siblings
JUVENILE FICTION / Mysteries & Detective Stories
Boarding schools Juvenile fiction
Boarding schools Fiction
Genre: Mystery fiction.
Mystery fiction.
Detective and mystery fiction.
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