The Janus Stone
Publish date: October 11th 2010
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
Series: Ruth Galloway (#2)
"The Janus Stone", the second Ruth Galloway book, is as original and compelling as the first book, "The Crossing Places" The story, which takes place a few months after "The Crossing Places", revolves around the discovery of the headless skeleton of a child, beneath an archway in a Victorian build...
Interesting relationships between characters - not sure how that will all resolve.
The Janus Stone by Elly Griffiths from the series which feature an archeological pathologist. Griffiths’ books are always steeped in the past (her husband is an archeologist) and in the landscape of the Norfolk Coast, where the Seahenge was found earlier this century, so she’s able to use the wonder...
This is a solid follow-up to the first book introducing the independent and intelligent forensic archaeologist Ruth Galloway. I'm happy a few of the more interesting characters are back and am now fully invested in continuing with the series. Easy reading, no gore, a great setting and just enough ...
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