The thrilling Sunday Times number one bestseller
Lockdown provides a brilliant opportunity for Griffiths, bringing fresh drama into her characters' lives and she makes the most of it * Sunday Times * Where other Covid-themed mysteries have felt uninspired, this entry in Elly Griffiths' brilliant Ruth Galloway series is an intelligent and gripping recreation of those first weeks of lockdown in 2020 * Daily Express * A terrific story that allows Galloway and Nelson to get closer than they have been for years * The Times, Best New Crime Fiction * Griffiths' Ruth Galloway series combines imaginative plotting, cleverly located in deepest Norfolk, with the everyday dramas of her cast of regular characters . . . This is Griffiths on top form * Mail on Sunday * A classic English mystery from one of the leading authors in the field, charming from start to finish * Irish Independent * Fans of gripping, clever thrillers will love this book * Candis * Brilliantly plotted with complex mysteries to keep you turning the pages, there is also an intriguing cliff-hanger * Promoting Crime Fiction * A mystery treat * Peterborough Telegraph * A sheer reading pleasure * Crime Fiction Lover * Brilliant, as ever * Best *
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.