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Archaeologist Clare Hills is struggling to finance her recently established university research institute along with her long-time friend, Dr David Barbrook. When Professor Margaret Bockford finds the Hart Unit work with a housing developer in the Cotswolds, the pair are hardly in a position to refuse. There is just one catch: the previous site director, Beth Kinsella, was found hanged on-site, surrounded by mutilated wildlife. 

Despite initial misgivings, Clare leads a team to continue work on the dig, but with rumours about Beth’s mental state and her claims that the site was historically significant, progress is impeded at every turn. When one of the workers finds something unsettling, Clare suspects there may be more to Beth’s claims than first thought.

©2019 Nicola Ford (P)2019 Isis Publishing Ltd

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  • 08-08-19

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I thought this writer would settle down to write us a sequel better than book 1 and she did. Several characters return, ones I like, the mystery is more clearly defined
(I guessed the perp way ahead of everyone in the book- something I rarely do) so I was pretty happy with archaeology and murder in book 2. Waiting for book 3.