- By James C. Work

The Tobermory Manuscript

  • Title: The Tobermory Manuscript
  • Author: James C. Work
  • ISBN: 9781890768713
  • Page: 418
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Tobermory Manuscript For most people the death of Rocky Mountain Jim Nugent is solved In June of while out riding through Estes Park Colorado with a friend Nugent was shot and killed by Griff Evans Case closed P

    For most people, the death of Rocky Mountain Jim Nugent is solved In June of 1874, while out riding through Estes Park, Colorado, with a friend, Nugent was shot and killed by Griff Evans Case closed Professor David McIntyre is not most people When McIntyre finds evidence that Nugent wrote a manuscript soon before his death, he starts to wonder about what it contained.For most people, the death of Rocky Mountain Jim Nugent is solved In June of 1874, while out riding through Estes Park, Colorado, with a friend, Nugent was shot and killed by Griff Evans Case closed Professor David McIntyre is not most people When McIntyre finds evidence that Nugent wrote a manuscript soon before his death, he starts to wonder about what it contained And if it still exists Convinced the manuscript will shed light on the murder, McIntyre finds himself combing Colorado and Scotland in search of the misplaced manuscript, and tangled in the dealings of a crooked antiques dealer, a family with secrets to keep, and angry townspeople.

    1 thought on “The Tobermory Manuscript

    1. This was on the recommended book shelf at my library. I picked it up because I love Rocky Mountain National Park; I have been to Tobermory on the Isle of Mull (beautiful) and I am intrigued with the life of Isabella Bird. Since this book involves all three I couldn't resist. I think the book is really an excuse for the author to put forth a theory of how Rocky Mountain Jim Nugent died, in the form of a novel. That said, I enjoyed it. It is not a page turner mystery in the traditional sense but t [...]

    2. A Professor goes in search of a manuscript that he believes will uncover the truth behind a murder committed in the 1800s.I found this a bit of strange book, it wasn’t a real pager turner but it was interesting / unusual enough to make me want to finish it.

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