THE CROSSING PLACES By Elly Griffiths

The 9787054saltmarshes off the coast of Norfolk yield a group of bones and Chief Inspector Harry Nelson asked Dr. Ruth Galloway, a bone specialist to scrutinize them. He wants to know if they could belong to Lucy, a young girl who disappeared 10 years ago. The bones are of a young girl who died during the iron ages over 2,000 years ago. Dr. Galloway asked her friends to help with a new dig to learn more about the time. The Inspector has been receiving letters taunting for not locating Lucy. The letter gives him clues for her locations. The turns and twists will keep you enthralled with the story. The ending will surprise. I am looking forward to reading the next book, THE JANUS STONE. I highly recommend this book.

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2 Responses to THE CROSSING PLACES By Elly Griffiths

  1. bmary8222 says:

    Thanks for sharing your review.

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