#THE STONE CIRCLE by Elly Griffiths


It is a pleasure to read a Ruth Galloway book to catch up on what is happening with Ruth and her friends, the 11th book did not disappoint. A cold case reemergence as bones is found in a new henge near the original site on the salt known as the stone circle. There is a new archeologist dig that is being led by Erick son. The bones are found to be those of a child who disappeared during a street party to celebrate the wedding of Lady Di and Prince, in1942. DCI Nelson is on a pregnancy leave with the birth of Michelle’s baby. His crew is busy interviewing all those involved in the original matter. When DCI Nelson return to work when a baby is stolen from a crib. Will the baby be found alive? Ruth is considering applying for a job in Cambridge. Will she leave the Saltmarsh? What does Nelson decide to do about his 3 daughters? I am looking forward to the next book.


Disclosure: Thanks to Houghton Mifflin Harcourt for a copy through Edelweiss. The opinions expressed are my own.

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1 Response to #THE STONE CIRCLE by Elly Griffiths

  1. lghiggins says:

    It sounds like there is an interesting set of characters. Do you think it could be read as a standalone?

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