Harry Houdini Mysteries: Dime Museum Murders
By: Daniel Stashower (author)Paperback
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New York City in 1897 and young Harry Houdini is struggling to make it in the brutal entertainment business, when detectives call on him to attempt the most amazing feat of his fledgling career: solve the mystery of a toy tycoon murdered in his posh Fifth Avenue mansion. It's a challenge which Harry - never at a loss for self-confidence - is more than willing to accept.
Daniel Stashower is a novelist and magician. His works include: Elephants in the Distance, The Beautiful Cigar Girl, The Ghosts of Baker Street, an anthology of Sherlock Holmes stories, plus the Sherlock Holmes novel, The Ectoplasmic Man.
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