Hello everyone, how are we all doing?! I literally talk to you guys like you’re my pals, I am so sorry. ANYWAY, back to the task at hand… Reviewing (what I read of) Murder at the Fitzwilliam… Yes, this is a DNFR situation.
2 out of 5 stars.
“1894. Daniel Wilson made his name investigating the case of Jack the Ripper…” I picked this book up based purely on the first line of the blurb and I was hugely disappointed in it. I felt that Murder at the Fitzwilliam never really got going…
The first few chapters were good, the mystery was set very well, a body found shut inside an empty sarcophagus, no sign of forced entry to the museum, it had all the makings of a good mystery. And then it fell flat, it seemed to go round in circles, have no clear ending or goal.
I’ll put it back on the shelf, mark my place and maybe try again in a few months. But for the moment, I’m giving it 2 out of 5 stars. I tried so hard to enjoy it but struggled.
Have you read Murder at the Fitzwilliam? Let me know if you have and what you thought of it! Em xx
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