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The Lantern Men

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We’re at book 12 of the series featuring forensic archaeologist Dr Ruth Galloway, and Elly Griffiths shows no sign of taking her eye off the ball and letting her readers down. Ruth has left her beloved Norfolk and is working at Cambridge University. She also has a new partner and is well away from all the distractions of her former life, including DCI Harry Nelson, father of her daughter, Kate. But when the pair are thrown together once more, the cracks in Ruth’s picture-perfect existence begin to appear. And with a tricky case to solve, something has to give… Read our full review here.


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