Murder at the Natural History Museum

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Join private detective Daniel Wilson in a dastardly, Victorian-set mystery starring London’s Natural History Museum. The 5th book in the Museum Mysteries series.
August 1895 se...
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Join private detective Daniel Wilson in a dastardly, Victorian-set mystery starring London’s Natural History Museum. The 5th book in the Museum Mysteries series.
August 1895 sees the personal and professional team of Daniel Wilson and archaeologist Abigail Fenton gaining notoriety for their crime-solving exploits in some of the country’s greatest museums. Back in London they are called upon to investigate the destruction of a dinosaur skeleton. Are rivalries between collectors boiling over, or does the discovery of a museum attendant’s body suggest something even more sinister? Blackmail and the involvement of famous theatrical manager Bram Stoker pile on the pressure as the pair seek to unravel the mystery.
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20 x 13cm
351 pages
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Reviews
Overall product rating 5/5
By Ms Janet Holmes
06 December 2023
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I have just finished reading this one and found it interesting and involving. Looking forward to reading the others I bought
By Mrs Christine Bond
26 August 2023
Faversham
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Good as usual as I've read a number of these books.
By Mrs Carole Nugent
29 October 2022
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Unusual stories. These books make great stocking fillers, and I like a good murder.
By Mrs Christine Bond
29 October 2022
Faversham
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Haven't read this so far.