The Stonehenge Legacy

The Stonehenge Legacy

Book - 2011
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Eight days after the summer solstice, a man's corpse is discovered on the grounds of Stonehenge, strange symbols carved into the flesh. Amid a media frenzy, the case falls to Wiltshire policewoman Meg Redfern, who in turn appeals to young Cambridge historian Gideon Chase, an expert on ancient British archaeology.
Publisher: London :, Sphere,, 2011.
ISBN: 9780751545180
Characteristics: 481 pages ; 20 cm.


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Makyro Apr 19, 2013

Entertaining, good plot, it kept me on my toes. I will look forward to the next book from this author.

Aug 16, 2012

Author's first book and you can tell. Very by the numbers plot, characters are just stereotypes, and an ending that you could see from the first half. Not even very inventive details or backgrounds.
Not even a good beach read.

gwsuperfan Feb 23, 2012

Short on plausibility, and a Dan Brown-esque plot with few historical details, but still an entertaining read.

Jul 16, 2011

Very good plot and read..Takes a bit to get into, but keeps tour interest.

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