These Enola Holmes mysteries are quite fun! This one has Enola stumbling over Sherlock, even rescuing him, as he too, has been asked to investigate Lady Cecily's disappearance. Enola is still out on her own, managing her business and living in the rooming house with Mrs. Tupper. I enjoy seeing how she has grown and continues to mature and find her way in London, and avoid the "protection" of her brothers, Mycroft and Sherlock. It breaks my heart a little to see her detaching herself from them and their good intentions, and also from her mother, who still has not tried to contact Enola and is still missing, as far as the Holmes' are concerned.
One to the next in the series!