Vanishing Girl

Vanishing Girl

Book - 2009
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In broad daylight, a high society girl vanishes on a crowded street. Days pass, then weeks; the daring abduction remains an impenetrable mystery, without a ransom note, a single clue, or even public information. The moment young Sherlock reads about it, he knows that it's the case that will make his name.
Publisher: Toronto : Tundra Books, c2009
ISBN: 9781770491991
Branch Call Number: Mystery Peacock CHILD
Characteristics: 307 p., 1 map ; 20 cm
Additional Contributors: Doyle, Arthur Conan 1859-1930


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Aug 01, 2014

I'm really into mystery books and this book was like the other books in the series which is a good thing I enjoyed it just as much as the other ones!

Jul 16, 2014

Out of the three Sherlock Holmes books that I've read, this one is definitely my favourite! It is very interesting, suspenseful, and kept me on the edge of my seat. This is a great book!

samdog123 Nov 20, 2009

This is the third book in "The Boy Sherlock Holmes" series by Canadian author Shane Peacock and it has the best plot of the three. While I loved the first book, Eye of the Crow, and also the second, Death in the Air, the author has taken Sherlock and given him a new maturity. The plot really seemed to flow well as I read this title. At any age, if you are a fan of Sherlock Holmes, you must try this terrific series.

Daisy Nov 07, 2009

Another great installment of the Young Sherlock Holmes series. This time Sherlock finds himself having to travel outside of London the solve the mystery. We see his character and his methodology developing more in this story but he still manages to stay a teenager with all it's attendant angst through it all. Exciting, fun read.


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