The Beekeeper's Apprentice, or, on the Segregation of the Queen - Book 4: Chapter 19, Return Home Summary & Analysis

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Book 4: Chapter 19, Return Home Summary

When Russell regains consciousness, Holmes is at her side, worried expression easing slightly at her recognition of him. Doctors fuss over her, taking her pulse and checking other vitals before she lapses again into the darkness with Sherlock's gentle voice telling her to sleep and assuring her he will be there when she wakes again. True to his word, the next time she surfaces from the disjointed dreams of darkness, he is there. She is finds that her visitors include Mycroft, and Watson who assures her that she will likely not want to wear anything more revealing than a turtleneck. The second bullet went through her collarbone and continued through Donleavy's heart. It is an appropriate end, and Holmes apologizes for being so slow to move that Mary had to endure the second shot at all. Mary...

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