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    Pdf/E–pub Murder in the Museum I am throwing in the towel 30% because my TBR is way too big to waste time on books I simply cannot enjoy What is even aggravating than actually having bought this one rather than borrowed from the library is that there were elements

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    Pdf/E–pub Murder in the Museum I enjoyed this book it reminded me of a Agatha Christie style story I loved the way they wrote back then This is not a fast paced story they sometimes talk around a subject until they got to the point There was some wording back then that we would not use now that felt a bit uncomfortable reading It shows how far we have come in trying to respect people around usI liked sitting down to a good old fashioned mu

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    Pdf/E–pub Murder in the Museum The victim of the Murder in the Museum is a Shakespeare scholar who held a theory that Shakespeare’s plays were written by two people together— one was Shakespeare himself and the other Kit Marlowe So obviously I was

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    Pdf/E–pub Murder in the Museum John Rowland ✓ 8 Free read Summary Murder in the Museum Starting in May 2015 Poisoned Pen Press in collaboration with The British Library has been republishing classic British crime mysteries that have been out of print some for many years This particular mystery Murder in the Museum has

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    John Rowland ✓ 8 Free read characters ´ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ✓ John Rowland Summary Murder in the Museum I’ll admit that I was hoping for of the Museum atmosphere from this and that I was a little sad that the academic rivalry subplot peters out But it’s still entertaining nothing too solid fairly stereotyped cast of characters for a Golden Age crime novel uick to read I wasn’t expecting anything revolutionary and indeed don’t remember Martin Edwards mentioning this author at all in The Golden Age of Murd

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    Pdf/E–pub Murder in the Museum John Rowland ✓ 8 Free read Summary Murder in the Museum Three cheers for British Library Publishing and Poisoned Pen Press Thanks to them 21st century readers are rediscovering wonderful mystery writers from the genre’s Golden Age J Jefferson Farjeon John Bude and Christopher St John Sprigg How did these excellent mystery writers ever lapse into obscurity?Poisoned Pen Press’ latest reprint is Murder in the Museum a tale in which three obscure academicians specializing i

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    Pdf/E–pub Murder in the Museum characters ´ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ✓ John Rowland Summary Murder in the Museum While I liked the setting style and hero the swearing got to be too much

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    Pdf/E–pub Murder in the Museum characters ´ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ✓ John Rowland Summary Murder in the Museum Professor Julius Arnell dies of eating a poisoned sugared almond in the hushed atmosphere of the British Museum Reading Room He is an expert on minor Elizabethan dramatists Henry Fairhurst who is an inveterate people watcher and who spends a

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    Pdf/E–pub Murder in the Museum I am uite surprised that other reviewers seem to like this book a lot than I did I found it mundane and pedestrian The plot was weak easy to see through and there was a distinct lack of detectionSometimes excellen

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    Summary Murder in the Museum Pdf/E–pub Murder in the Museum John Rowland ✓ 8 Free read In 1938’s Murder in the Museum by John Rowland Henry Fairhurst has been doing research in the British Museum Reading Room when he gets annoyed that a man nearby seems to have fallen asleep But when Henry goes to wake up the man he discovers that the man is dead Inspector Shelley called to the scene is certain that the man has been poisoned with cyanide The victim proves to be Professor Julius Arnell an expert in Eliza

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Murder in the Museum

Free read ã Murder in the Museum 108 So widely separated The mild mannered museum visitor Henry Fairhurst adds his detective talents to Inspector Shelley's own and together they set about solving one of the most baffling cases Shelley has ever encountered The 18th book in Poisoned Pen Press's highly praised British Library Crime Classic seri. Professor Julius Arnell dies of eating a poisoned sugared almond in the hushed atmosphere of the British Museum Reading Room He is an expert on minor Elizabethan dramatists Henry Fairhurst who is an inveterate people watcher and who spends a lot of time in the reading room sees him die and is interviewed by the police Inspector Shelley is on the case and he is at first totally puzzled by it The dead professor s daughter Violet seems to have a motive for the killing as does her fianc But Shelley doesn t uite see them as the killers Violet asks Henry Fairhurst for help and Fairhurst is soon helping the police in their investigationsI enjoyed this entertaining and well plotted mystery Some of the attitudes may seem a little dated by twenty first century readers but these were the prevailing attitudes of the day and in fact Shelley himself displays some very modern attitudes I liked the characters and thought they were well drawn There were plenty of clues and just as many red herrings though it will take an observant reader to work out in advance who was responsible for the death I received a free copy of this book from NetGalley for review

Summary Murder in the Museum

Free read ã Murder in the Museum 108 When Professor Julius Arnell breathes his last in the hushed atmosphere of the British Museum Reading Room it looks like death from natural causes Who after all would have cause to murder a retired academic whose life was devoted to Elizabethan literature Inspector Shelley's suspicions are aroused when he. I enjoyed this book it reminded me of a Agatha Christie style story I loved the way they wrote back then This is not a fast paced story they sometimes talk around a subject until they got to the point There was some wording back then that we would not use now that felt a bit uncomfortable reading It shows how far we have come in trying to respect people around usI liked sitting down to a good old fashioned murder mystery

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Free read ã Murder in the Museum 108 Finds a packet of poisoned sugared almonds in the dead man's pocket; and a motive becomes clearer when he discovers Arnell's connection to a Texan oil millionaire Soon another man plunges hundreds of feet into a reservoir on a Yorkshire moor What can be the connection between two deaths so different and. Starting in May 2015 Poisoned Pen Press in collaboration with The British Library has been republishing classic British crime mysteries that have been out of print some for many years This particular mystery Murder in the Museum has not been republished since its original publication in 1938 This is the fifth book in the British Library Crime Classics series that I have read and it is my favorite so far Each book contains an introduction that I have found to be invaluable The introductions provide details regarding the particular author and the context in which heshe was writing Specific to this story there is language and some references in the novel that would not be acceptable today The introduction provides an explanation as to why the references were left as they were originally written which was extremely helpful to know as I was readingThe story begins as Henry Fairhurst is conducting research in the reading room of the British Museum the UK s national library formed part of the British Museum in 1938 Henry enjoys people watching in the reading room and he tries to predict what career each person has One individual catches Henry s attention due to the man s loud snoring Henry decides to approach him to wake him and discovers that the occupant has just expired Scotland Yard is summoned and Inspector Shelley is assigned the case Henry is enthralled by the murder case and decides to pursue the case on his own independent of the Scotland Yard inuiry As he uncovers various facts he presents them to Inspector Shelley who begrudgingly allows Henry to continue to participate Together the pair compile the facts to solve the mystery I really liked both Henry Fairhurst and Inspector Shelley and their interactionsThis story has all of the elements of a classic British mystery and I thoroughly enjoyed the story line The ending was told in various letters which was clever and creative Anyone who reads mysteries should add this novel to his or her list

  • Paperback
  • 250
  • Murder in the Museum
  • John Rowland
  • English
  • 22 March 2018
  • 9781464205798