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I have been a fan of Sheila Connolly since I read her first Orchard book in paperback. Since my eyesight is such that I cannot even read the large printed books. I still have the first six paperbacks so I know it longer than 5 years. I have liked history all my life. I would have majored in it except there was nothing but teaching to do with a history major. It is no wonder I enjoy learning about the early Americans and Victoria England. The museum stories have been must-read books. I don’t know how I missed this eighth book in the Museum series we find Nell Pratt looking at a document that her summer intern, Dylan brought to her. It is a collection of books from a member of the Founding Fathers, Harriet Featherstone. Dylan found it in the binding of a book. Unable to read the document she asks James, her FBI friend if he could enhance it. He was successful and it turned out to be a map of early Philadelphia. Checking out the address Nell and friends find a field of bones. Just outside the field of bones, they find another skeleton in the basement of a house.
The group worked with the police to remove the bones. With the removal of the bones under the house, a second skeleton is found, and over 20 GOLDEN CANYONS. Where did they come from? Why a field full of disjointed bones?
What an intriguing cold case. I like this author too although I have only read a few by her.
Like most of her books this had unique take on the field bones. It surprised me and it is very logical.