The Gilded King has a lot going on.
Fair warning, guys. Look at the title of this post. It’s not a joke. Click through here and there be spoilers.
Lock & Mori
By Heather W. Petty
Young Adult, Mystery, Romance
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Knock, knock. It’s a modern day adaptation of Sherlock Holmes, kind of like the brilliant one done by the BBC except this time they’re teenagers and we’ve lost nearly all the emotional depth of the show.
The novel focuses in on Sherlock (Lock) and Moriarty (Mori) and their burgeoning relationship with each other. The father of one of their classmates is murdered and since the police are content to leave the murder unsolved, Sherlock challenges Moriarty to solve the case with him. Moriarty is unsure of her feelings. She has her brothers to think of and what would her cop father think if he knew she was mucking up crime scenes?
All of these questions and more are vaguely brought up in Lock & Mori without any real resolution.