The Beekeeper's Apprentice, or, on the Segregation of the Queen - Book Three: Chapter 12, Flight Summary & Analysis

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Book Three: Chapter 12, Flight Summary

When Mary tells Holmes that she suspects the mastermind is a woman, he looks over the evidence she found there to support it, and agrees with her. Holmes quickly requests that the park be cordoned off until he can examine it in the morning and use Lestrade's laboratory. They make their way to the lab to analyze the samples and Russell falls asleep. Holmes wants to return to the park in the morning immediately, but Mary insists that she must have a change of clothing first. A young PC shows up to tell Holmes a package arrived for Mary and Lestrade wants him to join them as the bomb squad opens it. A note inside reads that knowing Sherlock's limitations, Mary will undoubtedly be requiring the enclosed items this morning. Inside are appropriate clothing, stockings and shoes...

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