Author: Leonard Goldberg
Series: Daughter of Sherlock Holmes #4
Publisher: Minotaur Books
Release Date: June 16, 2020
Reviewer: Jessica Higgins
Yet another fantastic installment to the Daughter of Sherlock Holmes series!
To be visited by Scotland Yard to consult on a case is not out of the ordinary for the Watsons, but a case involving vandalism of fine art seems a bit low on the docket for them. But as Joanna Watson knows, nothing is really as it seems until you truly observe. As the Watsons visit the crime scenes, it becomes apparent that the vandal isn’t simply vandalizing the paintings, but the manner he is doing it shows that he is looking for something hidden behind the canvas. As they begin to unravel the mystery, more than just art begins to arise, including murders. Will they be able to determine who is behind the vandalism before he finds what he is looking for?
As always, Leonard Goldberg has crafted yet another thrilling tale for readers to devour and try to match wits with Joanna Watson, the daughter of Sherlock Holmes and Irene Adler. These books are just good, clean reads and this was no exception. I love that Goldberg has developed a new line of mysteries that readers are able to enjoy and try to see if they can figure out the culprits before Joanna does. And true to form, there is usually an unexpected twist or two at the end that will keep your mind whirling to keep up!