Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Disappearing Diva

Rated 3.50/5 based on 2 reviews
If there's one thing Martha "Marty" Hudson can't say no to, it's her best friend Irene Adler. So when Irene's little white lie about a fake detective named Sherlock Holmes turns into a real case from an actual paying client, Marty is all in. But their simple missing person case takes a deadly turn when the missing "person" ends up being a missing corpse. 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 Disappearing Diva by Gemma Halliday & Kelly Rey

Chriswhitworth26 reviewed on June 17, 2022

Interesting, but rather formulaic, Other books by Gemma and other authors in this genre, just like this one, all seem to have a "poor" central figure, supported by a rich but less able partner. Additionally 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)
hyegeek reviewed on July 23, 2021

The mystery was a bit more obvious this time, at least to me, but the story was quite fun and it did have a satisfying resolution.

The characters are getting fleshed out better and are quite fun. I'm looking forward to continuing the series.
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
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