- Author: Elly Griffiths
- Published: February 2017 by Quercus
- Category: Crime, Mystery, Book Review, Books, Reading
Boiled human bones have been found in Norwich’s web of underground tunnels. When forensic archaeologist Dr Ruth Galloway discovers the bones aren’t as old as originally thought, it’s time for DCI Nelson to launch a murder inquiry. What was initially just a medieval curiosity has taken a much more sinister nature…
This is the ninth book in the Ruth Galloway mysteries. As there’s little to no chance of me catching up with every book, I’ve read enough to get a good sense of the characters and their stories. Dr Ruth Galloway is a forensic archeologist, teaching at the University of North Norfolk and living in an isolated cottage on the edge of the windswept Norfolk Saltmarsh.
DCI Harry Nelson, a plain speaking northerner with a soft side and an advocate of old fashioned policing, originally…
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