The Beryllium Murder Physicist sleuth Gloria Lamerino heads to Berkeley California to look into the death of her former colleague Gary Larkin dead from beryllium poisoning Though ruled an accident his death is suspic

  • Title: The Beryllium Murder
  • Author: Camille Minichino
  • ISBN: 9780373264001
  • Page: 148
  • Format: Paperback
  • Physicist sleuth Gloria Lamerino heads to Berkeley, California, to look into the death of her former colleague, Gary Larkin, dead from beryllium poisoning Though ruled an accident, his death is suspicious to Gloria and she s determined to investigate When she discovers that Larkin s death is connected to a teenager s disappearance, the pieces of the puzzle come togetherPhysicist sleuth Gloria Lamerino heads to Berkeley, California, to look into the death of her former colleague, Gary Larkin, dead from beryllium poisoning Though ruled an accident, his death is suspicious to Gloria and she s determined to investigate When she discovers that Larkin s death is connected to a teenager s disappearance, the pieces of the puzzle come together in unexpected ways.

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    1. The Beryllium Murder by Camille Minichino is the fourth book in the periodic table mystery series. Once again retired physicist Gloria Lamerino becomes involved in murder in the scientific community when a previous colleague dies of beryllium poisoning. Having worked with the victim, Gloria realises his death is no accident despite having been labelled as such by the local police and decides it is up to her to uncover the truth. An entertaining, pleasurable read following the pattern set in the [...]

    2. It is really hard to write these mystery series in which the main character has no real reason to be solving murders and maintain any kind of plausibility. However, this one did a pretty darn good job. The characters are nice and the mysteries are good. I was quite pleased.

    3. Great angle for a serieselement by element. Sadly, premise for this particular book (with suspects afraid that they are in trouble for using work computers for personal use) does not play well in 2011just allow it to be the case and the story works.

    4. "The Beryllium Murder" - written by Camille Minichino and published in 2000 by William Morrow. Much as I like the elements of the Periodic Table idea, this was a forgettable, bland mystery.

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