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Murder at the British Museum
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Jim Eldridge
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Murder at the British Museum

Jim Eldridge


9780749023966

Allison & Busby


Fiction & Literature;
Historical mysteries;
Crime Chronicle - Historical Crime


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352 pages

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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. Having 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 becomes the site of another fatality and the pair face mounting pressure to deliver results. With enquiries 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 revenge.

By:   Jim Eldridge
Imprint:   Allison & Busby
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Volume:   2
Dimensions:   Height: 198mm,  Width: 129mm, 
ISBN:   9780749023966
ISBN 10:   0749023961
Series:   Museum Mysteries
Pages:   352
Publication Date:   September 2019
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Jim Eldridge has had ninety-five books published, which have sold over three million copies. He is also a radio, TV and movie scriptwriter who has had 250 TV scripts broadcast in the UK and internationally. He lives in Sevenoaks, Kent.


'This is just the novel for whiling away a few pleasant evenings with a nice cup of tea.' Publishers Weekly

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