Book Review: Dry Bones
An Oxford-based PI mystery
by Sally Spencer
Severn House Publishers
Mystery & Thrillers
Pub Date 01 Feb 2018
I am reviewing a copy of Dry Bones through Severn House Publishers and Netgalley:
In Oxford 1974 found in the Cellar's beneath St. Luke's College in a sealed ventilation chamber, human bones are found. Two bodies buried thirty years apart but they are connected.
In order to save the college's reputation and finances, Charlie Swift. Charlie Swift hires his old friend and Private Investigator Jennie Redhead to find out who the two victims are.
As Jennie puts the clues together she realizes that Charlie knows more about these murders than he is willing to admit. As she pieces the clues she uncovers Scandals that go back over sixty years, and wonders if she every really knew her old friend Charlie.
I give Dry Bones five out of five stars!