But was it a freak accident? Of course not, this was MURDER!
In the tradition of the classic mysteries of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and Agatha Christie, The Museum Murders is rich with bloodthirsty killings, colorful characters, crackling dialogue and-after all is said and done-a satisfying denouement.
This rich concoction of murder and betrayal is from the mind of the late Tim Kelly, known and respected as America's most prolific playwright. During his award-winning career, Mr. Kelly wrote hundreds of plays but only a handful of novels. This particular novel was written in the late 1950s and never published-until now. As you read through these sharply written pages you will see for yourself how this remarkable writer has held audiences in his creative grasp with his well-chosen words. The dialogue almost jumps off the page.
Take a tour of The Museum Murders. But watch out for falling Rodins ...
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I think it's cool that this book was written about 50 years before it was published. The plot is still as compelling today as it would be back then, but it mentions a few things that I didn't know existed in the 1950s. Mr. Kelly wrote the book beautifully, and it's very hard to put down. You start suspecting just about every character until the very end, when the solving of the mystery makes perfect sense.