Murder in the Museum

“Love is a funny thing. It blooms when least expected, grows at a pace not always desired, connects people in a bond as strong as marble and as delicate as lace, and it gives of itself freely and without reservation.” Arthur Cola brings his definition of love to his 7th book of the De Cenza Murder Mystery series while at the same time ending a trilogy revolving around the Legend of Joseph Bonaparte. A celebration of love is being planned when at the same time another is taking place in the Field Museum of Chicago. The exhibition of the missing Crown Jewels of Spain has become one of the most celebrated historical discoveries of the decade. But it wasn’t the only significant research conducted by Professor Andrew Pettigrew of Oxford University and his team of researchers turned sleuths. The group being led by a younger version of Sherlock Holmes, one Ron De Cenza and his Watson, Bob Wentz now included the love of Ron’s life, though he didn’t realize it until their lives were almost lost. Susan O’Hara Liguri and he have become a team to be reckoned with. Their life was about to change and just as the fireworks were being planned, their life once again becomes engulfed in murder, intrigue and deception. A body is found in a fountain, a terrorist organization returns with a vengeance to kill, treasures are endangered and Murder in the Museum covers joy and love with blood from a Pterodactyl.
ISBN: 9781803026343
Type: Paperback
Pages: 278
Published: 7 October 2022
Price: $12.99

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