The Beekeeper's Apprentice, or, on the Segregation of the Queen - Book Four: Chapter 14, The Act Begins Summary & Analysis

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Book Four: Chapter 14, The Act Begins Summary

Once aboard ship, Holmes and Russell both enjoy the sensuous and delightful feeling of clean clothes and body before meeting again for tea. It is remarkably civilized after the way the last few weeks have been spent. Captain Jones brings Holmes a package he received for him that included five envelopes from Mrs. Hudson who is safely traveling as well, and one from Mycroft. The latter includes results from the lab that conclude the bomb at Sherlock's home was set to scare not kill, connected and tripped by a wire trigger. It confirms for Holmes that the aim is to hurt him by harming his associates and he concludes that if Mary were to alienate herself from him, she would be safe. Scotland Yard includes results of finger prints, and documents concerning the...

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