The beekeeper's apprentice, or on the segregation of the queen

Title The beekeeper's apprentice, or on the segregation of the queen
Names King, Laurie R.
Book Number DB039416
Title Status Active
Medium Digital Books
Annotation Mary Russell, an orphan living with her aunt, is only fifteen when she meets a semiretired beekeeper named Sherlock Holmes. Fascinated by Mary's quick mind, the great detective becomes her mentor. Mary's apprenticeship, limited at first to minor investigations, becomes increasingly significant until one day the duo find themselves the target of a deadly plot. Some strong language. , , and . 1994.
Narrator Ross, Carmella.
Audience Notes Mary Russell, an orphan living with her aunt, is only fifteen when she meets a semiretired beekeeper named Sherlock Holmes. Fascinated by Mary's quick mind, the great detective becomes her mentor. Mary's apprenticeship, limited at first to minor investigations, becomes increasingly significant until one day the duo find themselves the target of a deadly plot. Some strong language. , , and . 1994.
Local Subject Mysteries & Suspense - MYS
Staff Picks List for Adults - SPL
LC Subject Holmes, Sherlock (Fictitious character) - Fiction
Private investigators - England - Fiction
Russell, Mary (Fictitious character) - Fiction
Women detectives - England - Fiction
Young women - England - Fiction
England - Fiction
Historical mystery fiction
Mystery fiction
Call Number 813.54 AFI
Language English
Released 1994
Publication Info Washington, D.C. : 1994 St. Martin's Press
Original Publication Recorded from: 1st ed. New York : St. Martin's Press, 1994. 0312104235
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