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Where Old Bones Lie is set on an isolated archaeological dig in the Cotswolds. When a body is found near the site, the suspects, witnesses, and clues all conflict, and the disappearance of a group of New Age travellers just seems to add to the mystery.

Superintendent Markby and Meredith Mitchell must untangle the mess, and in doing so find themselves in a dangerous and uncompromising situation.

©1993 Ann Granger; (P) W F Howes Ltd

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"A master of characterization, Granger specializes in engaging eccentrics, and she has a winner here - an irresistible old codger who lives at the local dump." (Publishers Weekly)

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  • Kirstine
  • 04-11-08

A bit far-fetched, but enjoyable

I've listened to most of the Anne Granger books available on the Audible list and have found them all worth listening to. I rate this book a little lower than others, for, although I don't expect realism in her books, this one seems a bit more far-fetched in the number of people in a small community who are willing to murder or attempt murder. The village of Bamford must have the highest murder rate in the UK!

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  • Janet
  • 10-27-17

Mitchell and Markby .

Thoroughly enjoyable book. Scenes very visual. The characters believeable.This is my second book by author.

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