The Arthurian Murders: A Bradley Davison Mystery

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ISBN-13: 9781312577534
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There once was a very talented young artist-a wunderkind with an IQ that rivaled Newton's and Hawking's, who was hailed as the new Picasso or Matisse. Even as a child, he had gallery shows which brought him both national recognition and financial success. But events and the world conspired against...
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There once was a very talented young artist-a wunderkind with an IQ that rivaled Newton's and Hawking's, who was hailed as the new Picasso or Matisse. Even as a child, he had gallery shows which brought him both national recognition and financial success. But events and the world conspired against him. First a series of teachers who failed to recognize the skills and talent of the young man they taught, then as an infantryman in Vietnam who participated in horrors which were to haunt him for a lifetime. Tormented, beaten down wherever he turned, but still unbelievably talented, he turns to the only thing that brings his mind relief: murder. He commits serial killings of a horrendous nature leaving behind clues at each crime scene in which through his art he pleads to be found. Investigating the killings are Deputy Chief Mag Goldman of the Homicide Department of the NYPD and his 'flying squad' of seasoned detectives. Chief Goldman calls upon his closest friend Brad Davison, Chairman of the History Department and Director of the Center for Medieval Studies at Queens College to assist him in solving the crimes-all of which appear to be related to the Medieval legends of King Arthur and his knights. As Brad discovers the meaning behind the clues, the race is on to save one mentally ill veteran before he is brought down by the police.


  • | Author: Howard Weiner
  • | Publisher: Lulu.Com
  • | Publication Date: May 10, 2023
  • | Number of Pages: 306 pages
  • | Language: English
  • | Binding: Hardcover
  • | ISBN-10: 1312577533
  • | ISBN-13: 9781312577534

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