Murder at the Manchester Museum

Murder at the Manchester Museum

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1895. Former Jack the Ripper detective Daniel Wilson and his archaeologist sidekick Abigail Fenton are summoned to investigate the murder of a young woman at the Manchester Museum. Though staff remember the woman as a recent and regular visitor, no one appears to know who she was, nor was she carrying any identification.

The case suddenly turns more sinister when the body of a second woman is discovered. Wilson and Fenton seek help from a local journalist, hoping to unravel this mystery, but the journey to the truth is fraught with obstacles, and the mistakes of the past will not be forgotten ...

Title:Murder at the Manchester Museum
ISBN:9780749024499
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    Murder at the Manchester Museum Reviews

  • Gerry

    David Wilson, a former Scotland Yard detective once involved in the Jack the Ripper case and his close friend Abigail Fenton, a famous Egyptologist, receive a telegram from Bernard Steggles, the direc...

  • Les Wilson

    For me this is the worst book in the series. I have enjoyed all the books bar this one....

  • Janelle

    Daniel and Abigail head to Manchester to investigate the death of two unidentified women at the Manchester Museum. Another interesting mystery set in a fascinating time period. Past events cause prese...

  • Veronique

    3.5*...

  • Kristen

    I really enjoy this series! A great combination of well-written, exciting murder mysteries and British history.The characters of Daniel and Abigail are really a wonderful pair of crime-solving partner...

  • Toast

    A 2.5 really and I have to say I was disappointed. I had such high hopes for this and maybe that was the problem. Also, this is 4 in the series and I've only just discovered it so not always a good th...

  • Holly Stone

    I love these books so much. Mr. Eldridge combines mystery with pieces of History. In this one 2 women are brutally killed in the Manchester Museum, Daniel and Abigail are called in to try to figure ou...

  • Giles Christian

    I haven't read any other novels in this series, however I still very much enjoyed the relationship and dialogue between the two protagonists, Daniel and Abigail, without knowing their past adventures,...

  • John

    Really 2.5 stars rounded up... I was put off by the preachy tone that showed the author's heavy hand at making a point. In hindsight, this one was skip-able; will give the next one a chance to see if ...

  • Gwendolyn Broadmore

    Murder at the Manchester Museum, by Jim Eldridge, offers a fascinating adventure into another time and place. In England 1895, former detective Daniel Wilson with his partner, archaeologist, Abigail F...