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The House at Sea's End

The House at Sea's End

The shadow of the Second World War looms dark over this chilling mystery starring forensic archaeologist Dr Ruth Galloway. Some buried secrets shouldn’t be uncovered.

‘Brilliant on the eerie landscape of the Norfolk coast’ Sunday Times

Dr Ruth Galloway is called in by a team of archaeologists investigating coastal erosion on the north Norfolk coast, when they unearth six bodies buried at the foot of a cliff. They seem to have been there a very long time. Ruth must help discover how long, and how on earth they got there.

Ruth and DCI Nelson are drawn together once more to unravel the past. Tests reveal that the bodies have lain, preserved in the sand, for sixty years. The mystery of their deaths stretches back to the Second World War, a time when Great Britain was threatened by invasion.

Ruth thought she knew the history of Norfolk – she’s about to find out just how wrong she was, and how far someone will go to keep their secrets buried.

Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Crime & Mystery

On Sale: 6th January 2011

Price: £8.99

ISBN-13: 9780857382016

Reviews

The perfect ratio of anticipation, shock and surprise
Independent
Griffiths is brilliant on the eerie landscape of the Norfolk coast
Sunday Times
A palpable sense of evil ... perfect for dark winter evenings
Financial Times
After just two books in this gripping series the central characters have the allure of old friends and it's great to find that the third title is just as enthralling as its predecessors
Guardian
Gripping drama
North Norfolk Living
[Griffiths] conjures the bleak north Norfolk coast, using its coastal erosion as a metaphor for the decay of human sympathy
Independent
Ruth Galloway is as attractive as ever in her welcome third appearance
Euro Crime