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Adventure Awaits In “The Crossing Places” With The MMS Book Club

Good day, dear readers! June is bringing in some fabulous summer adventures! We are currently on a journey with “The Phantom Tree.” If you have have not started reading yet, you are missing out on a great book! Summer holds a lot of promise, and of course, a lot of books. Libraries are full of reading materials, just waiting for you to discover your next favorite author. You might even check to see if there is a summer reading program for adults at your library!

Now, as we move into June, we have to start thinking of our upcoming books! July is going to bring a fabulous adventure, that I think everyone will enjoy! We are going to be reading “The Crossing Places” by Elly Griffiths. I have been eyeing this book for a while

The Crossing Places excerpt from Goodreads.com:

When she’s not digging up bones or other ancient objects, quirky, tart-tongued archaeologist Ruth Galloway lives happily alone in a remote area called Saltmarsh near Norfolk, land that was sacred to its Iron Age inhabitants – not quite earth, not quite sea.
When a child’s bones are found on a desolate beach nearby, Detective Chief Inspector Harry Nelson calls Galloway for help. Nelson thinks he has found the remains of Lucy Downey, a little girl who went missing ten years ago. Since her disappearance, he has been receiving bizarre letters about her, letters with references to ritual and sacrifice.
The bones actually turn out to be two thousand years old, but Ruth is soon drawn into the Lucy Downey case and into the mind of the letter writer, who seems to have both archaeological knowledge and eerie psychic powers. Then another child goes missing and the hunt is on to find her.
As the letter writer moves closer and the windswept Norfolk landscape exerts its power, Ruth finds herself in completely new territory – and in serious danger.

THE CROSSING PLACES marks the beginning of a captivating new crime series featuring an irresistible heroine.

The Crossing Places