Femme Fatale

Femme Fatale

An Irene Adler Novel

Book - 2003
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American diva-turned-detective Irene Adler returns to New York City where she must race against a murderer to find her mother. Sherlock Holmes joins in the hunt for the serial killer and Irene is determined to keep her past shrouded in secrecy, but her mother may turn out to be the most notorious woman of the nineteenth century.
Publisher: New York : Tom Doherty Associates, 2003
Edition: 1st ed. --
ISBN: 9780765306821
Branch Call Number: FIC Dougl
Characteristics: 492 p. : map


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Aug 01, 2010

Irene is in fine form as she searches her curiously spotty memory for clues about her early life growing up in New York's theatrical district amongst some very colourful vaudeville troupers. This time the mystery is very personal as she trails a series of murders that appear to be connected with the identify of her mother.

Nell is becoming much more interesting as she unbends in the big apple. Her trip to Coney Island with Quentin is a delight.

Sherlock and Nellie Bly weave in and out of the story providing counterpoint to our heroines.

The next mystery, Spider Dance, picks up where Femme Fatale leaves off--in a graveyard still searching for Irene's mother...

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