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A Question of Holmes

Written by: Brittany Cavallaro
Length: 7 hrs and 3 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (3 ratings)
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In the explosive conclusion to the New York Times best-selling Charlotte Holmes series, Holmes and Watson think they’re finally in the clear after graduating from Sherringford...but danger awaits in the hallowed halls of Oxford.

Charlotte Holmes and Jamie Watson finally have a chance to start over. With all the freedom their precollege summer program provides and no one on their tail, the only mystery they need to solve, once and for all, is what they are to each other.  

But upon their arrival at Oxford, Charlotte is immediately drawn into a new case: a series of accidents befell the theater program at Oxford last year, culminating in a young woman going missing on the night of a major performance.

The mystery has gone unsolved; the case is cold. And no one - least of all the girl’s peculiar, close-knit group of friends - is talking. 

When Watson and Holmes join the theater program, the “accidents” start anew, giving them no choice but to throw themselves into the case. But as the complicated lines of friendship, love, and loyalty blur, time is running out - and tragedy waits in the wings. 

©2019 Brittany Cavallaro (P)2019 HarperCollins Publishers

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  • Adam M. Smith
  • 2019-03-16

Best In The Series

The wit and the relationship between Charlotte and Jamie is the best it’s ever been. It’s almost like the previous three books in the series were setting up this version of the series.

Julia Whelan’s narration is perfect. She greatly enhances an already great book.

The only problem with the book is the ending of the mystery is a bit too quickly cleaned up. The epilogue is also a bit strange. Very quickly the relationship between Charlotte and Jamie is changed, with a two year time jump. The next book was set up at the end, but I don’t want the relationship between Charlotte and Jamie to have to be rebuilt in every book.

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  • Jillian
  • 2019-03-28

Not as good as the first books

I enjoyed the narration but the story itself was a bit simple. I also wish the ending had been different. For some reason I found it unsatisfying.

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  • CB06
  • 2019-03-25

Audio okay

I crushed the first 3 books, loved them so much...I couldn't wait for this in the library waitlist. It is by no means a bad book. I actually do want to pick up the first 3 in audio. Just not sure about this one..I do not if I zoned out.. The plot was kind of off for me. I enjoyed the narrator(s), however, and the overall story.

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