By Elly Griffiths
Ruth's outdated buddy Dan Golding thinks he has made a discovery that would swap archaeology forever—but he wishes Ruth's aid. Then, Dan is killed in a hearth, leaving Ruth with one clue: the tomb of the Raven King. DCI Nelson is usually rediscovering the prior. He meets his buddy Sandy Macleod, now at Blackpool CID, who tells him there are mysterious situations surrounding Dan's dying. A Neo-Nazi workforce at Dan's college has been making threats and will be concerned. lots of Dan's colleagues appear frightened and feature secrets and techniques to conceal. Ruth is drawn into the secret, and the place she is going, so does her daughter, Kate. This time, it's not only Ruth's lifestyles in danger.
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The pneumonia was a help, for there would tend to be some liquid in the lungs, as might well be the case if the man had died while floating in the rough sea. If a postmortem examination was made by someone who had formed the preconceived idea that the death was probably due to drown ing there was little likelihood that the difference between this liquid, in the lungs that had started to decompose, and sea water would be noticed. Indeed, a postmortem examination in Spain concluded that death was due to drowning and the bogus documents were accepted as authentic.
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