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    Murder at the Natural History Museum: The thrilling historical whodunnit

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    When the Natural History Museum hires Daniel Wilson and Abigail Fenton to investigate the destruction of a fossilised dinosaur skeleton, they are slightly reluctant- vandalism is not their speciality. But then an attendant in the dinosaur room is found murdered.
    ISBN: 9780749025083
    AuthorEldridge, Jim
    PublisherNameAllison & Busby
    Pub Date21/01/2021
    BindingPaperback
    Pages352
    Availability: In Stock

    August 1895. When the Museum Detectives are asked to investigate a vandalised dinosaur skeleton at the Natural History Museum, there is evidence that the fossil-hunting mania of the notorious Bone Wars in America may have reached British shores. But for Daniel Wilson, famed for his involvement in the Jack the Ripper case, and renowned archaeologist Abigail Fenton, events soon take a sinister turn .
    A museum attendant is found dead by the famous theatre manager Bram Stoker, who may be more involved than he is willing to admit. Facing pressure from both an overseas business and a local celebrity, Wilson and Fenton must rely on their talents and instincts to solve their most intriguing case yet.

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    August 1895. When the Museum Detectives are asked to investigate a vandalised dinosaur skeleton at the Natural History Museum, there is evidence that the fossil-hunting mania of the notorious Bone Wars in America may have reached British shores. But for Daniel Wilson, famed for his involvement in the Jack the Ripper case, and renowned archaeologist Abigail Fenton, events soon take a sinister turn .
    A museum attendant is found dead by the famous theatre manager Bram Stoker, who may be more involved than he is willing to admit. Facing pressure from both an overseas business and a local celebrity, Wilson and Fenton must rely on their talents and instincts to solve their most intriguing case yet.