Special Branch T4

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On the trail of the Sioux

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Indians in the heart of London! Spring 1892, Buffalo Bill and the whole Wild West Show troupe arrived in London for several performances. Charlotte and Robin Molton were among the privileged few who received an invitation to the show. But their pleasure will be short-lived: an English officer, Captain James Paterson, is found dead pierced by a Lakota arrow and it is obviously one of the Sioux of Buffalo Bill's troupe who is first suspected.
But the members of the Special Branch have enough experience to know that, when it comes to murder, one should never trust appearances... After the triptych dedicated to the Great Eastern liner, the duo of forerunners of the forensic science returns for a new exciting case in Victorian London. This fourth volume forms a complete story.

Product information

Publication Year
2014
Technical specification

Publisher : Glénat
Presentation : Hardcover
Format : Album
Weight : 60g
Dimensions
24,0 cm × 32,0 cm × 1,0 cm
Number of Pages
51
EAN
9782723497923