Griffiths applies a light touch, her Norfolk setting is admirably gloomy and Galloway is appealingly unglamorous
A wonderfully rich mixture of ancient and contemporary . . . A welcome addition to a great series
A sinister, life-threatening mystery that grips to its end.
[Griffiths] effectively conveys the hurt and complex feelings that can result from unthinking indiscretions and somehow these become integral to the narrative.
A Room Full of Bones is another multi-layered investigation which rewards the reader with each level of the dig into the story