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The Deepest Grave

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If you haven’t yet met Harry Bingham’s DS Fiona Griffiths you are missing out on getting to know one of crime fiction’s most compelling detectives. She’s abrasive, rude, outspoken but absolutely better for knowing. In this sixth book in the Griffiths series, the Welsh DS investigates when a middle-aged archaeologist is beheaded with an antique broadsword and has three spears planted deep in her chest. And the quest gets even weirder and the stakes higher as she chases a trail of bizarre thefts that lead to antiquities linked to the ancient legend of King Arthur and modern crooks, who threaten her life. Check out the full review here.


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