‘The Stone Circle’ by Elly Griffiths

‘The past is reaching out for Ruth and Nelson, and its grip is deadly’

This is the 11th Dr. Ruth Galloway and DCI Harry Nelson book and I really enjoyed it. I’ve read all the previous books so it was great to join them again and also to experience the landscape of the salt marshes, as always a character themselves.
This book brings back the story from Griffiths’ first book ‘The Crossing Places’ which I really liked; it allows us dedicated Dr. Ruth Galloway readers a return to those events and also bringing in some new faces.
The central plot is woven well and held my attention throughout. With these books it’s the through-line story for the central characters that keeps us turning the pages and the complex relationship between Ruth and Harry.
Some funny moments and some poignant ones for the reader and I’d certainly recommend this book, but I’d definitely start with book one and watch the characters develop over the years. A cracking series of crime novels.
Thank you so much Quercus and Netgalley for the chance to read and review this book!

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