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Review: Miss Holmes (Lifeline Theatre)

Lifeline Theatre's world-premiere Miss Holmes, by Christopher M. Walsh, is a refreshing female-driven portrayal of the classic detective. Katie McLean Hainsworth and Mandy Walsh are wily, mature leading ladies and Walsh’s script is funny, suspenseful and ultimately moving. Recommended! (read Lauren Whalen's entire review....)
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