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Garment of Shadows

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Subject: Justice Hall, The God of the Hive, The Beekeeper's Apprentice, Laurie R. King, Stoker and Holmes
Collection: 2012 Novels, 21St-Century American Novels, Mary Russell (Book Series), Sherlock Holmes Pastiches
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Garment of Shadows

Garment of Shadows
Author Laurie R. King
Country United States
Language English
Series Mary Russell
Genre Detective fiction
Publisher United States Bantam Press
Publication date
Media type Print (Hardback)
Pages 266
LC Class PS3561.I4813 G37 2012
Preceded by Pirate King
Followed by Dreaming Spies

Garment of Shadows is a 2012 mystery novel by American author Laurie R. King. Twelfth in the Mary Russell series, the story features married detectives Mary Russell and Sherlock Holmes. The events of the novel follow that of Pirate King and feature their old friends, Ali and Mahmoud Hazr (O Jerusalem & Justice Hall).

At the end of 1924, Mary Russell has just finished a stint with Fflytte Films in Morocco but she is not where she should be when her husband, Sherlock Holmes, goes to meet her in Fez. In fact, when she awakens in a strange room she does not know where or who she is, having taken a great blow to the head.

External links

  • Laurie R. King official website

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