A Room Full of Bones
Publish date: 2012-02-21
Publisher: McClelland & Stewart
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
, British Literature
, Mystery Thriller
bookshelves: bedside, published-2011, summer-2012, tbr-busting-2012, one-penny-wonder, paper-read, britain-england, norfolk, mystery-thriller, series Read from July 30 to August 04, 2012 Dedication: For Nancy and AnitaOpening: The coffin is definitely a health and safety hazard. It fills the ent...
Read my full review: http://bit.ly/S6rfrkMy opinion: Lovers of Kathy Reich's will enjoy this British archaeologist who gets into as much trouble as Temperance Brennan, but is much more approachable and imperfect than her American counterpart. In general, I feel that the writing of Ms. Griffiths is m...
Dedication: For Nancy and AnitaOpening: The coffin is definitely a health and safety hazard. It fills the entrance hall, impeding the view of the stuffed Auk, a map of King's Lynn in the 1800s and a rather dirty oil painting of Percival, Lord Smith, the founder of the museum.4* The Crossing Places...
In a way I kind of enjoy reading Elly Griffiths books. But there are to many things in the books that annoy me. Like Ruth's constant worry about her weight. I wondered before I read this book how many pages it would take before she mentions that she's overweight. 10 pages!!!
This fourth installment of the Ruth Galloway series finds Ruth discovering the body of a museum curator scant minutes before a mysterious coffin is supposed to be opened. Apparently the coffin comes with an ancient curse should it ever be disturbed. This curse combined with the curse of ancient Au...
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