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Language:Chinese.Paperback. Pub Date: September. 2010 Pages: 303 Publisher: Mariner Books When SHE's Not digging up bones or other ancient Objects Ruth Galloway lectures at the University of North Norfolk. She Lives happily alone in a remote. Wild place called saltmarsh Overlooking the North Sea under Norfolk's vast skies. For company she has her cats Flint and Sparky. and Radio 4. When a child's bones are found in the marshes near an ancient site that Ruth worked on ten years earlier. Ruth is asked to date them. The bones turn out to be two thousand years old. and DCI Harry Nelson. who called on Ruth for help. is disappointed. He'd hoped they would be the bones of a child called Lucy who's been missing for ten years. He's been getting letters about her ever since - bizarre notes with references to ritual and sacrifice and quoting the Bible and Shakespeare. Then a second gir...
A mystery with compelling moments of shadow and action. Now that I am used to the present tense, this book is an enjoyable read. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Jane Tims
Elly Griffith's stages her exhilarating first novel on the windswept Norfolk salt marches, a low sweeping bank of sand, gravel, mud and dunes and mudflats with a lonely,... Read morePublished on Feb. 5 2010 by Walter Hypes
First Sentence: They wait for the tide and set out at first light.
Archaeologist Ruth Galloway is a single, overweight woman who lives with her two cats on the edge of... Read more