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The House at Sea's End by Elly Griffiths
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Feb 01, 2012

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bookshelves: 2012-books-read, kindled-ebook
Read from January 26 to 31, 2012

Ruth Galloway, forensic anthropologist, and DCI Nelson are once again teamed, as they attempt to uncover the identity of six German skeletons discovered in a sea cave in the small North Sea town of Broughton. Why were these men executed and who did it? The investigation leads to the town's past, and its WWII Home Guard, and through the course of the investigation other murders occur. On a personal front, Ruth is struggling with raising Kate as a single mom, as well as keeping the secret of Kate's parentage. Nelson too is struggling with his mixed feelings for Ruth and his wife. My only "complaint" about the book is the present tense writing - it really grates on me. But the story is compelling enough to keep me reading.

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