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    Digging Up History

    I'm always a fan of museum & library mysteries novels. This is a good book with good plot. Thanks to the author Sheila Connolly for writing it. Looking forward to reading some more of her books.
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    Highly recommended!

    It was great to read another installment in this series. It was an engrossing and entertaining read, full of twists and turns. I learnt something new and was fascinated by the setting. The characters are well written as usual, the plot kept me guessing and the setting was well described. I look forward to reading the next installment in this series. Highly recommended! Many thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for this ARC, all opinions are mine.
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    The Perfect Cozy Mystery

    This is the "8th" book in this popular "Museum Mystery Series". I have read most of the series and always enjoy this historical series that is so well plotted and always a enjoyable read. Thank you to the publisher and to Net Galley for the opportunity. My opinions are my own,. in this next in series Nell is busy with her Society of Preservation of Pennsylvania when her intern presents to her a possible intriguing project. He was assigned to do the cataloging of a recent collection of books from the estate of Harriet Featherstone. He found a book from the 18th century that has a paper that appears to be a centuries old map from the 1700's. Nell and her intern decide to visit the area that is on the map after conferring with experts . The map appears to be from the 1700's in and near the Delaware river . Soon they find a ancient cemetery and learn that two bodies .from a murder were found recently by a developer. Now Nell and her staff are intrigued and on the case to discover the history and what occurred on the property. Thus begin a series of clues that lead them to many interesting facts about the property at the period in time. This is a enjoyable well crafted mystery with a wonderful historical aspect . I enjoy reading the history in each book in the series and find this series highly enjoyable. I highly recommend this series.
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    History and mystery delivered

    What secrets lie beneath the streets of Philadelphia? Lots of history and Nell Pratt finds out there is also a lot of mystery when a map is found in a book that was donated to the Preservation society and it leads to several major historical finds. Along with the police, Nell and the gang need to identified some historical artifacts and hundreds of bodies from long, long ago. Every historian’s dream and nightmare all rolled into one. This is the first of the eight books in the series that I have read and I had no gaps whatsoever, so this is fine as a standalone. I love history, so bringing together one real piece of Philadelphia history and building on that made for a fun read. I’ll be back for more in this series.
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    Enjoyed

    The 8th installment in the Museum and the first I have read (I have a pile of them in my TBR pile). I was able to pick up on the main characters and plan to go back and read the series from the beginning. In this installment Dylan is a summer intern and he finds a piece of paper in the binding of a book he is cataloging. He takes it to Nell Pratt the president of the preservation society and the document is not legible. She asks her boyfriend James help if he can get in legible. She also calls in help from Marty a former board member when the letter is really a map. Turns out Marty knows the real estate developer Barney who is working in the area and they have hit a problem when bones are discovered. This was an interesting cold case of murder and I like the way Dell works with all those around her and especially liked James and Marty. Hope there is more in this series.
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