I got an advanced reading copy of Elly Griffiths new book -- coming out in May. So that will probably jump the queue a bit this weekend.
THE WOMAN IN BLUE by Elly Griffiths, 8th of 8 in series featuring Dr. Ruth Galloway, a forensic archaeologist, and Harry Nelson, a detective chief inspector, in the Saltmarsh area near Norfolk, England.
Known as England’s Nazareth, the medieval town of Little Walsingham is famous for religious apparitions. So when Ruth Galloway’s druid friend Cathbad sees a woman in a white dress and a dark blue cloak standing alone in the local cemetery one night, he takes her as a vision of the Virgin Mary. But then a woman wrapped in blue cloth is found dead the next day, and Ruth’s old friend Hilary, an Anglican priest, receives a series of hateful, threatening letters. Could these crimes be connected? When one of Hilary’s fellow female priests is murdered just before Little Walsingham’s annual Good Friday Passion Play, Ruth, Cathbad, and DCI Harry Nelson must team up to find the killer before he strikes again.
Published 2016, it has 384 pages.
I went a little bonkers with Kindle purchases yesterday. But DANG it was fun.
A girl named Kate Hogan accidentally left her stuffed bun named Jellycat behind at the the Adare Manor Hotel in Adare, Ireland this past weekend. Kate and JC were reunited, but not before the hotel staff treated JC to some Five Star Service, fit for a Stuffie!
I love it when adults (businesses, etc.) go out of their way to make an adventure out of a lost stuffed animal.
No plans for the weekend. Steve is fighting a cold of some sort. I hope to read a lot.
PK the Bookeemonster