The House at Sea’s End by Elly Griffiths #BookReview #Archaeology #Mystery

The shadow of the Second World War looms dark over this chilling mystery starring forensic archaeologist Dr Ruth Galloway. Some buried secrets shouldn’t be uncovered. Dr Ruth Galloway is called in by a team of archaeologists investigating coastal erosion on the north Norfolk coast, when they unearth six bodies buried at the foot of aContinue reading “The House at Sea’s End by Elly Griffiths #BookReview #Archaeology #Mystery”

The Crossing Places by Elly Griffiths #BookReview

Dr Ruth Galloway is called in when a child’s bones are discovered near the site of a prehistoric henge on the north Norfolk salt marshes. Are they the remains of a local girl who disappeared ten years earlier – or are the bones much older? DCI Harry Nelson refuses to give up the hunt forContinue reading “The Crossing Places by Elly Griffiths #BookReview”

An Unlamented Death by William Savage

Entering into An Unlamented Death is like stepping into an 18th century drawing room.  The environment is civilised and calm and its hero Adam Bascom uses his intelligence and deductive powers to solve the mystery of, “An Inconvenient Corpse.”  A young, country doctor, Adam is establishing himself as a respectable and trustworthy member of theContinue reading “An Unlamented Death by William Savage”

What It Takes by Terry Tyler

Terry Tyler’s writing is unique.  She writes about real people with the sort of problems that many of us have, in such a straightforward way that you feel you are in that town, part of that relationship, wanting to shake that silly girl or punch that arrogant prat!  And she does it with such witContinue reading “What It Takes by Terry Tyler”