- O Jerusalem (Mary Russell novel)
name = O Jerusalem
Laurie R. King
language = English
release_date = 1999
media_type = Print (Hardback &
isbn = ISBN 0-553-11093-4
preceded_by = The Moor
"O Jerusalem" is the fifth book in the
Mary Russellseries by Laurie R. King.
Set during the voyage of Mary Russell and
Sherlock Holmesto the Holy Land, the action of this novel takes place chronologically during the action of The Beekeeper's Apprentice. In PalestineMary and Sherlock meet up with Mahmoud and Ali Hazr, two apparently Bedouinguides, to counter a plot against the British in Jerusalem under General Edmund Allenby.
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