Hardcover: 272 pages.
Murder by the Waters (Benjamin Franklin Mystery). Benjamin Franklin Takes the Case: The American Agent Investigates Murder in the Dark Byways of London. The gem, which disappeared while being painted onto a portrait of Lady Shenstone, is worth a king's ransom, and the lady is desperate to retrieve it before her husband learns of its absence. Hall tries to make Franklin like Sherlock Holmes in this novel, however, a bad case of gout keeps him from physically doing anything so he must really on a young colleague named Nick (his Watson?). The Christmas season only provides back-drop and has no real significance on this decent mystery/historical fiction read.
Hall, Robert Lee. Publication date. Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790, Government investigators, Americans. New York : St. Martin's Press. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. t on September 19, 2011. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata).
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Franklin’s social life in Paris has, not suprisingly, inspired many books. It is well enough known that it was told by the French ambassador at a ceremony in the Benjamin Franklin room of the . The most delightful include Lopez Cher; Aldridge French; Alsop; Schoenbrun. An older work of some value is Edward Hale Sr. and Edward Hale J. Franklin in France (Boston: Roberts Brothers, 1888). State Department; see: ww. nfo-france-usa. However, Claude-Anne Lopez tells me, It comes from a very unreliable source, a snobbish sourpuss, and my guess is that it’s not true.
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More than ten years ago, Robert Lee Hall made a startling discovery.
More than ten years ago, Robert Lee Hall made a startling discovery. Within a secret compartment of an old armoire once owned by his great aunt, he found a yellowing manuscript describing a series of mysterious criminal cases. What made these stories so unusual was that they were solved by the renowned scientist and statesman, Benjamin Franklin, while he was a resident of London to plead the case of the American colonies before the British crown.
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