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Comments for The Case of the Gypsy Good-bye
The Case of the Gypsy Good-bye: 10/03/14
The Case of the Gypsy Good-bye by Nancy Springer is the conclusion to the Enola Holmes series. Enola has one last case to solve and with it comes the answer she's been searching for most: the whereabouts of her mother.
The middle three books are mainly focused on Enola's clients and one big mystery which she solves per title. The opening and closing books, though, are more about Enola, her brothers (Sherlock and Mycroft) and their mother. Now we get to find out what happened to her.
In that regard, although I remember LOVING the book from cover to cover, I can't really remember Enola's last case. I was so focused on her correspondence with her mother and tracking down those clues that the rest of the book is a complete blur.