Book summary: Lady Molly of Scotland Yard

1910 BY EMMA ORCZY

"Lady Molly of Scotland Yard" is a return to the Baroness’s first love—the detective story. Lady Molly out-Sherlocks Sherlock Holmes, and is an outstanding example of the value of a woman’s intuition in the detection of crime.
The root principle of almost all crimes is in the motive. As a writer said, “Find me your motive, and I will find your man,” and it is on this basis that Lady Molly carries out her work.
With vivid, piquant dialogue and realistic settings, the Baroness takes us, through Lady Molly, in almost every European country, in a series of stories that follow a career full of sensation and thrills.

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