Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Wealthy Widow

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Marty Hudson has her hands full with "Sherlock Holmes" the great fake detective's latest case: a wealthy widow who is certain one of her family members is trying to bump her off for their inheritance. While her evidence is less than convincing, the case suddenly takes a murderous turn in the form of an actual dead body. Now it's up to Marty to figure out just who has a secret to die for... More
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About Gemma Halliday

Gemma Halliday is the New York Times, and USA Today bestselling author of several cozy mystery and suspense thriller novels. Gemma's books have received numerous awards, including a Golden Heart, two National Reader's Choice awards, a RONE award for best mystery, and three RITA nominations. She currently lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with her large, loud, and loving family.

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About the Series: Marty Hudson Mysteries
When barista Martha "Marty" Hudson suddenly inherits a Victorian home at 221 Baker Street in the heart of San Francisco, she's ecstatic. But between a dead body, the hot ME, Dr. John Watson, and the grumpy SFPD Detective Lestrade, Marty's luck takes a turn for the worse. Luckily her best friend, Irene Adler, has a solution—invent a fake PI, Sherlock Holmes, and investigate the murder themselves!

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Reviews of Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Wealthy Widow by Gemma Halliday & Kelly Rey

Chriswhitworth26 reviewed on June 17, 2022

Interesting, cleverly written and more original than others I have read by these 2 authors. Worth reading, as a "light" story. However the central theme of "Sherlock" is not really utilised to the full, and surely "even Americans" are aware of the original stories and character. This is a "generic" comment about this series and does not really detract from the real story. Just irritating to an "Englishman" brought up on Conan Doyle's stories.
(reviewed 23 days after purchase)
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