The Love Potion Murders in the Museum of Man (Norman de Ratour #2)
It has been several years since the museum was wracked by what became known as the “cannibal murders.” Many of the same characters – Malach...more
It's an intriguing idea. The book sets itself up to be a black comedy, combining "parody and suspense" with...more
"_The Love Potion Murders in the Museum of Man_ is no less giddy, but in a dry, snide style. Uppity Wainscott University is caught on Alfred Alcorn's blade when two antagonistic academics are found on the floor of the genetics lab, victims of an industrial-strength aphrodisiac and done to death by sexual excess. The Marx Brothers would be very welcome at this quirky institution." — _The New York Times Book Review
Praise for the first Norman de Ratour Mystery, Murder in the Museum of Man
At the open of The Love Potion Murders in the Museum of Man, two or three years have elapsed since the first story in the series, Norman and Elsbeth are married, and he remains in place as the direc...more
Update: bringing back to the library unfinished- double "meh"