Murder at Madame Tussauds is the second book by Jim Eldridge that I’ve read. Although they are books in different series, and set in different historical periods, they have many of the same qualities. Both are skillfully written and constructed, are an easy read and are entertaining.
I likened the other book, Murder at the Ritz, to a Netflix-and-chill experience in book form (Eldridge writes for TV and it shows). I stand by that here. It’s a good read, fun, interesting characters. A few plot holes and unlikely scenarios don’t really matter much here: it’s a book to enjoy and then move on, without examining it too closely!
My thanks to Netgalley for giving me a free copy of this book. All my reviews are 100% honest and unbiased, regardless of how I acquire the book.
Murder At Madame Tussauds is available from all major booksellers.
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