The Beekeeper's Apprentice, or, on the Segregation of the Queen - Book Two: Chapters 6 - 7, A Child Gone From Her Bed and Words With Miss Simpson Summary & Analysis

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Book Two: Chapters 6 - 7, A Child Gone From Her Bed and Words With Miss Simpson Summary

At the outskirts of town, Holmes wisely stops to ensure the horse is without sores and the wagon is mechanically sound. When they resume Sherlock gives Mary tips so that her disguise is believable and convincing. In the villages they pass, they stop and perform. Russell juggles and reads tarot cards while Holmes plays the fiddle and in character gathers information from the local pubs. On the third day they go to the Simpsons' campsite. They find a slit in the seam of the tent deducing it is how sleeping gas had been delivered and come to the conclusion that Jessica was taken by horseback. Scouting, they find Jessica's handkerchief, and her hair ribbon, and...

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