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The Murder Museum
- A Beth Haldane Mystery, Book 2
- Narrated by: Imogen Church
- Length: 10 hrs and 41 mins
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Caring mother, school historian, and amateur sleuth Beth Haldane loves to while away an afternoon in the Museum of Art. But will she be next in the frame...for murder?
Beth Haldane is gazing at enchanting paintings of the rolling English countryside when her daydream is rudely interrupted—by the discovery of a teenage girl unconscious on a marble bench.
Shocked, Beth realizes this is no snoozing schoolchild. Someone dastardly has carefully crossed the girls’ hands across her white dress, as if she’s in a painting herself. And the girl’s discarded red backpack, found in a corner of the museum, is totally empty. Is someone suspicious hiding evidence? And who would want to harm this innocent soul?
With poor Sophia in the hospital, and the parents of Dulwich Village in uproar that their little darlings might be next, Beth pesters police for updates. And with her keen eye for detail and research skills, Beth is perfectly placed to do some sleuthing of her own...but why are Sophia’s gaggle of friends so close-lipped? Has some typical teenage drama taken a dark turn?
But her questions are ruffling feathers at every turn. With Sophia’s life hanging by a thread, can Beth find her attacker before it’s too late—and before the finger points at Beth herself?
A deliciously gripping cozy mystery that’s perfect for fans of fans of Agatha Christie, The Thursday Murder Club, and Faith Martin.
This book was previously published as The Girl in the Gallery.
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I binged this story in two days!
Alice Castle can write a very intriguing story. I binged this within two days. I'm not going to lie my heart broke during this book for some of the poor characters, their are some very sad moments and there are some characters that if I met in real life would like to hit very hard in the face with an open palm... I love the main characters they are great and Imogen Church's performance is fantastic, I love her enthusiasm, she is so engaging and you can hear she is enjoying reading the book. There are some truly wonderful moments in the story too where I laughed out loud. There is one scene at a dinner table that made me die with laughter. Just about to order the next book!