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Murder at the Fitzwilliam (#1 Museum Mysteries)

Jim Eldridge

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Allison & Busby
04 March 2019
Fiction & Literature; Historical mysteries
1894. After rising to prominence for his role investigating the case of Jack the Ripper alongside the formidable Inspector Abberline, Daniel Wilson has retired from the force and now works as a private enquiry agent. Having built a reputation for intelligence and integrity, Wilson is the natural choice for the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge, which finds itself in need of urgent assistance. The remains of an ancient princess and her entourage are to be unveiled as the centrepiece of the museum's new Egyptian collection, but strange occurrences have followed their arrival in Britain: a dead body is discovered in a previously empty sarcophagus, one of the mummified bodyguards seemingly goes 'walkabout' and another man is found strangled to death with three-thousand-year-old bandages.

Aided by the talented resident archaeologist Abigail Fenton but hindered by the dismissive local police force, can Wilson unravel the mystery and preserve the reputation of the museum ahead of its public launch?
By:   Jim Eldridge
Imprint:   Allison & Busby
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Volume:   1
Dimensions:   Height: 198mm,  Width: 129mm, 
ISBN:   9780749023867
ISBN 10:   0749023864
Series:   Museum Mysteries
Pages:   320
Publication Date:   04 March 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.

Reviews for Murder at the Fitzwilliam (#1 Museum Mysteries)

With accurate period details, Eldridge perfectly recreates the Cambridge of the Victorian era. A highly successful start to a captivating new series. - Marni Graff


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