The Beekeeper's Apprentice, or, on the Segregation of the Queen - Book Three: Chapter 11, Another Problem: The Mutilated Four-Wheeler Summary & Analysis

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Book Three: Chapter 11, Another Problem: The Mutilated Four-Wheeler Summary

Russell leaves the Storage Room which is conveniently located near one of the stores in the city that carries everything, and spends the next several hours pampering herself and relaxing. She buys clothing and shoes that fit correctly, has her nails done and then heads for the exit with her parcels in hand to meet with Holmes. Sherlock had instructed her to follow the same convoluted exit strategy as they had used earlier, so to the doorman's amazement, she sends the first two cabs on their way without her. Cold and tired, she reluctantly gets into the third cab which is old and battered compared to the others. Surprised, the doorman sends her on her way. It is not long before she realizes that the cab is not taking...

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