The Beekeeper's Apprentice, or, on the Segregation of the Queen - Book Two: Chapter 5, The Vagrant Gypsy Life Summary & Analysis

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Book Two: Chapter 5, The Vagrant Gypsy Life Summary

After helping to bring in the last of the hay on the farm, Russell cleans up and cycles to Sherlock's. She finds him in full disguise, almost not recognizing him, and playing his violin. Though his expression reveals dismay at first sight of her, he covers quickly and asks her to mind his most recent experiment for a few days, but Russell knows immediately that he is being evasive. She keeps at him until he admits to going on a case, but claims it is too dangerous for her involvement. Russell argues, and he finally relents but only after the threat that their association is at stake. He gives her clippings from the recent papers that have articles circled pertaining to the kidnapping of the Senator's daughter. Holmes is perturbed that...

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