Murder at the British Museum Museum Mysteries #2 [E–pub Download]

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  • Murder at the British Museum Museum Mysteries #2
  • Jim Eldridge
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  • 28 April 2020
  • 9780749023713

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SUMMARY Murder at the British Museum Museum Mysteries #2 í PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB FREE DOWNLOAD ´ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ê Jim Eldridge REVIEW Murder at the British Museum Museum Mysteries #2 S the site of another fatality and the pair face mounting pressure to deliver results With enuiries compounded by persistent journalists local vandals and a fanatical society Wilson and Fenton face a race against time to salvage the reputation of the museum and catch a murderer desperate for reveng. 1894 Victorian London and an Arthurian exhibit at the British Museum present a fascinating backdrop for this murder mystery which rapidly becomes far complicated than the initial murder Yes initial because there are Written in a dry laconic style that at times seems similar to those murder mysteries of the Golden Age this is a terrific read with fascinating twists and turns I might go back for in this series

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SUMMARY Murder at the British Museum Museum Mysteries #2 í PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB FREE DOWNLOAD ´ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ê Jim Eldridge REVIEW Murder at the British Museum Museum Mysteries #2 G forged a strong reputation working alongside the inimitable Inspector Abberline on the Jack the Ripper case Daniel Wilson is called in to solve the mystery of the locked cubicle murder and he brings his expertise and archaeologist Abigail Fenton with him But it isn't long before the museum become. In 1894 London a new exhibit on King Arthur has opened at the British Museum and seems hugely popular Then a noted Arthurian professor is murdered just before he is to give a lecture in the museum Private enuirer agents Daniel Wilson and Abigail Fenton are called in to investigate much to the consternation of Scotland Yard When another murder follows the police think they have found the culprit Daniel and Abigail aren t convinced and must work to find the real murdererThis was a very pleasant read with an entertaining plot and characters who are very engaging Daniel is charming and intelligent He has evolved from loner into a character who is warm caring and with depth Abigail is much likeable than she was in the first in the series Murder at the Fitzwilliam not as prickly or apt to take offense I like how she is willing to take risks in an age when most women were neither seen nor heard I also enjoyed how their personal and professional relationships have progressed in depthMy one complaint and it s not much is the fact that there was often extraneous information that while interesting had little to do with the plot and made the pace lag in places I think the story of Bedlam the tunnels rivers and catacombs under London and the architecture of the Albert Hall and Birmingham railway station could have been reserved for future books where it might fit the story better Overall this was a pleasant read and I do look forward to the next installment in this seriesThank you to NetGalley and Allison Busby for the advance reader copy made available for my review

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SUMMARY Murder at the British Museum Museum Mysteries #2 í PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB FREE DOWNLOAD ´ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ê Jim Eldridge REVIEW Murder at the British Museum Museum Mysteries #2 1894 A well respected academic is found dead in a gentlemen's convenience cubicle at the British Museum the stall locked from the inside Professor Lance Pickering had been due to give a talk promoting the museum's new 'Age of King Arthur' exhibition when he was stabbed repeatedly in the chest Havin. Wow thanks NetGalley for this free advance copy in return for an honest review I really enjoyed this book to the point where I could not put it down once I started Well structured characters and a very believable plot The 2nd book of the series and now I have to go out and find the first one We follow private enuiry agent William Daniels and his girlfriendpartner and archeologist Abigail Fenton as they try to find out who killed a noted professor and author on the day he came to speak at the British Museum where his new book was partially the basis for the King Arthur exhibit Filled with crimes and intrigue this book also is a great historical fiction book in the sense that in the course of solving the crime we learn much about Victorian London and a uick check verified all the info that was contained in the book and makes the book much interesting and worthy of praise The pace never stops the characters are really well developed and this is one of the best historical mysteryfiction books I have read this year Top Notch Jim Eldridge I look forward to your next effort