Remember, Remember: a Sherlock Holmes and Lucy James Mystery (The Sherlock Holmes and Lucy James Mysteries) (Volume 3)
Anna Elliott, author
A lovely American actress awakens in London on a cold morning in 1897 - lying face down on the concrete pavement outside the British Museum. She has no memories. She does not even know who she is, although she has a vague recollection of the name Sherlock Holmes. What she believes is that she has may have just killed someone, and that someone is definitely trying to kill her. As she searches for clues to her true identity, she will learn that she is not the only target. Unless she can defeat her evil adversaries, the people most dear to her will die.
Elliott (the Twilight of Avon trilogy) and Veley, her father, collaborate on the winning third mystery pairing Sherlock Holmes and his daughter, Lucy James (after 2016’s The Wilhelm Conspiracy). A woman, whom most readers will quickly realize is Lucy, regains consciousness near the British Museum after being roused by a handsome police constable, John Kelly, who believes her to be a vagrant. To her alarm, she realizes her memory is impaired; she doesn’t even know her own name. She does have visions of blood and of holding a revolver, but her belief that she may have shot someone is rebutted by the officer, who notes the absence of powder burns on her palms. And despite her amnesia, Lucy is able to make some accurate deductions about the constable. Her path to regaining her memories is filled with peril, though she does have the pleasure of renewing her acquaintance with John before finding herself in the midst of another high-stakes investigation. Readers will look forward to Lucy’s further adventures. (BookLife)