Benjamin Franklin and a Case of Christmas Murder

Benjamin Franklin and a Case of Christmas Murder In the second case recorded by Benjamin Franklin s young charge and assistant Nick Handy the great Doctor Franklin is confronted with a shocking event While attending a mummers play at the home of a

In the second case recorded by Benjamin Franklin s young charge and assistant Nick Handy, the great Doctor Franklin is confronted with a shocking event While attending a mummers play at the home of a popular merchant Roddy Fairbrass on Christmas Eve 1757, their host suddenly collapses and dies Although the bereaved family denies it, Franklin is convinced that he has witIn the second case recorded by Benjamin Franklin s young charge and assistant Nick Handy, the great Doctor Franklin is confronted with a shocking event While attending a mummers play at the home of a popular merchant Roddy Fairbrass on Christmas Eve 1757, their host suddenly collapses and dies Although the bereaved family denies it, Franklin is convinced that he has witnessed a murder Franklin had been to the Fairbrass home one time before to investigate the report of a ghost and now believes that there must be some sinister connection between the two events Determined to uncover the truth, the intrepid inventor and statesman, accompanied by Nick, unravels a tangled plot of intrigue and scandal while matching wits with some of London s most notorious criminal minds.

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  1. This was the second of the Ben Franklin Murder mysteries I found the mystery interesting and well developed Franklin s apprentice, Nick Handy, helps him investigate the murder of Roddy Fairbrass, a popular merchant who dies suddenly at a play produced at his house Franklin surmises that it was something that Fairbrass has seen or heard because of ghosts which have been recently seen in the house.While the mysteries are interesting, the most appealing thing about these books is that they give the [...]


  2. This is an interesting attempt at making Benjamin Franklin, that jack of all trades, a detective Franklin is in London and attends a Christmas party at which his friend dies It appears to be a poisoning, and Franklin turns sleuth to discover how and why his friend died.


  3. I liked this book a simple read, but with a twist in the mystery I like the strong message that loyalty to family and friends can conquer greed and corruption I m pleased Benjamin Franklin both provided and cared for his illegitimate son, Nicolas Handy.


  4. I didn t have high expectations for this book but was pleasantly surprised It really painted a vivid picture of London in the 1750s, and who knew that beloved statesman Benjamin Franklin was such a determined detective 20 years before the American Revolution


  5. I don t know why I enjoy mysteries that take place in the midst of Christmas celebrations but I really enjoyed this


  6. This was difficult to read with the 1700 s language, etc I liked the history quirks and the explanation of some of the Christmas traditions but I thought the story over all was a bit lame.


  7. It was a great little Christmas caper Any fan of S Holmes would enjoy this little holiday jaunt with Ben Franklin through London Murder But, of course



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