The Formula for Murder (Hardcover)
Forge, 9780765328694, 336pp.
Publication Date: July 17, 2012
The world's most famous reporter, the intrepid Nellie Bly, hunts down a murderer in Carol McCleary's "The Formula for Murder."
History, mystery, murder, and mad science accompany plucky Victorian newspaper reporter Nellie Bly when she travels to the haunted moors of England to investigate the mysterious death of another journalist.
Refusing to believe the young writer committed suicide, Nellie's search for the truth takes her from foggy Londontown to the ancient Roman ruins at Bath and the eerie landscape of Dartmoor. Stalked by a killer as she unravels the mystery behind a series of deaths, Nellie encounters a handsome young biology teacher named H. G. Wells, whose knowledge leads Nellie into the realm of science gone mad.
Joined by Oscar Wilde, fleeing a sex scandal, and Arthur Conan Doyle, pursuing a legendary beast of the moors, Nellie struggles to stay alive as she hunts down a scientist who is trying to recreate in a test tube the work of God. Join Nellie Bly again in this third installment to Carol McCleary's hit mystery series.
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Praise For The Formula for Murder…
Praise for The Illusion of Murder“A top-of-the-line read from an innovative author.” —RT Book Reviews “What a stroke of genius that McCleary chose an early female pioneer of journalism for her sleuth. Nellie proves herself more than capable of racing around the world while solving a couple of murders. Fans of Suzanne Arruda and Rhys Bowen will love this one.” —Library Journal, starred review “Delightful and well-researched.”
—Mystery Scene “The Illusion of Murder is a rattling good read and a gripping romp.” —Reviewing the Evidence