Ruth's old friend Dan Golding thinks he has made a discovery that will change archaeology forever - but he needs Ruth's help. Then, Dan is killed in a fire, leaving Ruth with one clue: the tomb of the Raven King. DCI Nelson is also rediscovering the past. He meets his friend Sandy Macleod, now at Blackpool CID, who tells him there are mysterious circumstances surrounding Dan's death
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A memorable, breathless race against time...One of the most cinematic finales in recent British crime novels.
Daily Telegraph||Ruth Galloway is one of the most interesting new characters on the crime fiction scene.
Good Book Guide||All will enjoy Ruth's largely self-aware sardonic perspective on life, death, and relationships.
Publishers Weekly||Once again, Griffiths does a great job of drawing us into the chaotic, fractured world of Ruth Galloway, her unconventional, lovable heroine.