one year after
This one was rather twisted and as bizarre as the bouquets of the title, but, no matter as I am here for the character of Enola first, and Sherlock and Mycroft second. Somehow, Nancy Springer has created an entirely believable 14-year-old girl who feels lonely and bereft in one moment, and in the next is stalking around London as if she owns it.. Enola readily takes the case, for Watson is dear to her as well. She quickly learns, however, that danger will be afoot down every lead she might explore. Going first to Watson's home, she investigates just in time to witness the delivery of a bizarre bouquet blooming with convolvulus, hawthorn, and white poppies—flowers that symbolize death!.