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Murder at the Manchester Museum

Museum Mysteries, Book 4
Narrated by: Gordon Griffin
Series: Museum Mysteries, Book 4
Length: 10 hrs and 3 mins
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1895. Former Scotland Yard detective Daniel Wilson, made famous from his days working the Jack the Ripper case, 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 is, and she has no possessions which identify her. Seeking help from a local journalist, Daniel hopes to unravel this mystery, but the journey to the truth is fraught with obstacles.

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I have now listened to all 4 of these books and I have loved every one it has a good male detective with an extraordinary female counterpart in a story where you are willing them to find the killer not because you want the story to end but because you can really empathise with them and you want them to succeed try them all you won't be disappointed