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An even sinister turn But as Ruth's friends become involved where will her loyalties lie As her convictions are tested she and Nelson must discover how Aboriginal skulls drug smuggling and the mystery of The Dreaming may hold the answer to these deaths and their own surviva This is a terrific mystery series Why1 The recurring characters are interesting and have depth The relationships developing between them make me want to leap from one book straight to the next 2 British countryside near the sea This is where the main character lives It s creepy and dark at night Bonus What s not to like about the British countryside3 Griffiths writing is easy to fall into It can make me laugh and cry She observes human nature keenly and weaves those observations into the books 4 The audiobooks have all been one narrator so far I believe it changes for the next two though But the narration has been really good Do I need any reasons No I hope you enjoy this series and please read them in order The first one has kind of a big event at the end that sets up the rest of the series in a way The Cursed Hole of the Shinoda Family please read them in order The first one has kind of a big event at the end that sets up the rest of the series in a way

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A Room Full of Bones

It is Halloween night and the local museum in King's Lynn is preparing for an unusual event the opening of a coffin containing the bones of a medieval bishop But when Ruth Galloway arrives to supervise she finds the museum's curator lying dead beside the coffin It is only a Book Three in this series ended with a bit of a cliffhanger and at the beginning of book four it s resolved Michele has figured out that Nelson is Kate s father and has forbidden him from having any contact with Ruth or Kate except professional Well Ruth finding a dead body at the local museum provides the professional excuse for them to again interact The museum also houses a whole collection of Aborigine bones which a group called The Elginists are seeking to repatriate back to Australia I have become so fond of this group of characters Griffiths does a great job of making you care for them all even the secondary characters like Judy who steps front and center this time And I love Cathbad He s always in the middle of every murder investigation and always finding an excuse to light a bonfire As always Griffiths manages to blend history religion and mysticism into the storyline Here we get origination stories and the importance of snakes in the various cultures I always feel like I learn a little something This is a wonderful series and I m so glad I still have so many books left to read

REVIEW A Room Full of Bones

Matter of time before she and DI Nelson cross paths once as he is called in to investigate Soon the museum's wealthy owner lies dead in his stables too These two deaths could be from natural causes but Nelson isn't convinced When threatening letters come to light events take This is the fourth book in the Ruth Galloway series It felt to me like this is the weakest so far The first half of the book includes much discussion of the exploration of Australia the ravaging of Aboriginal holy relics and efforts for the repatriation of human remains I think this was just sort of interesting too long and delayed the meat of the book The pace eventually picks up in the second half when the owner of a museum and horse racing stable dies Nelson falls deathly ill Ruth encounters Max Judy uncovers a drug ring and Cathbad does his thing As usual there is the tongue in cheek humor and mysticism


10 thoughts on “A Room Full of Bones

  1. says:

    Book Three in this series ended with a bit of a cliffhanger and at the beginning of book four it’s resolved Michele has figured out that Nelson is Kate’s father and has forbidden him from having any contact with Ruth

  2. says:

    Well Elly Griffiths this is starting to be really repetitive Ruth is depressed and overweight and she doesn't feel she's a good mother and she loves the depressing saltmarsh where she lives and she likes her job and blah blah Yes we

  3. says:

    Book four in the series and the one I have enjoyed the least so far I was not able to get into the Australian my

  4. says:

    It was great to read an enjoyable story after reading some books I didn't like much Ruth is not a detective but a forensic archeologist so you get the story from a different angle I skipped no 3 in the series by accident so that's what I'm going to read now

  5. says:

    I do love this series but I wasn’t really in the mood to read this book All my books on library hold aren’t ready thou

  6. says:

    This is the fourth book in the Ruth Galloway series It felt to me like this is the weakest so far The first half of the book includes much discussion of the exploration of Australia the ravaging of Aboriginal holy relics and efforts for the repatriation of human remains I think this was just sort of interesting too long and delayed the meat of the book The pace eventually picks up in the second half when the owner of a museum and horse ra

  7. says:

    There’s a formula or balance in my favorite mystery series— something like 70 80% mysterycrime threads to about 20 30% main sleuth regular character development So based on that this entry in the wonderful Dr Ruth Galloway series would only rate three stars because the mystery is barely 50% of the storyBut

  8. says:

    This is the fourth book in the series We revisit old characters and meet some new ones and the complicated lives and relat

  9. says:

    This is a terrific mystery series Why1 The recurring characters are interesting and have depth The relationships d

  10. says:

    I have read and enjoyed the first three books in this series by Elly Griffiths about forensic archeologist Dr Ruth Galloway But this one was a disappointment The storyline is ridiculous the characters are stereotypes who behave in the silliest of ways the writing is clunky and the pace is sluggish It simply does

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