The unmissable new book in the Dr Ruth Galloway Mysteries
The last Ruth Galloway installment was a disapointment. Lots and lots of typewriting and other stories to fill out the book. But thanks for the music, it has been a pleasure to read the other books.
This brilliant series, brimming with comedy and compassion, has demonstrated that archaeology, just like the best crime fiction, is the study of everyday people . . . Elly Griffiths has honed her skills to become one of our very best writers. Bravo! * The Times * Griffiths has brought the series to such a satisfying conclusion * Mail on Sunday * A satisfying read . . . one of Ruth's best investigations * Belfast Telegraph * The Last Remains does not disappoint . . . it will have you laughing, crying, gasping and staring wide eyed, because Griffiths delivers a thrilling roller-coaster ride * Crime Fiction Lover * A typically intriguing Galloway case * Sunday Times * Fast paced, with great characters . . . does not disappoint * Candis * An eerie, captivating read * Woman's Own *
Elly Griffiths is the bestselling author of the Dr Ruth Galloway Mysteries and the Brighton Mysteries. She has won the CWA Dagger in the Library, has been shortlisted five times for the Theakston's Old Peculier Crime Novel of the Year, and longlisted for the CWA Gold Dagger for The Lantern Men. Her new series featuring Detective Harbinder Kaur began with The Stranger Diaries, which was a Richard and Judy book club pick and won the Edgar Award for Best Novel in the USA. It was followed by The Postscript Murders, shortlisted for the CWA Gold Dagger and Bleeding Heart Yard. Elly has two grown-up children and lives near Brighton with her archaeologist husband.