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___ Holmes, sleuth in young-adult fiction [Crossword Clue]
If “___ Holmes, sleuth in young-adult fiction” is the clue you have encountered, here are all the possible solutions, along with their definitions:
- ENOLA (5 Letters/Characters)
Crossword Answer Definition
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Fictional character from the Sherlock Holmes booke series
Enola Holmes is the younger sister of Sherlock and Mycroft Holmes. She appears in the book series The Enola Holmes Mysteries by Nancy Springer as well as the 2020 film Enola Holmes. Enola is an independent and rebellious girl who likes to wear trousers while riding her bike. She becomes a “perditorian,” or finder of lost things, when her mother runs away with the gypsies and her brothers try to send her to boarding school. Using her natural cunning which seems to be inherited by every member of the Holmes family, she creates multiple disguises on her quest to be reunited with her mother and evade her brothers.
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