Review – The House at Sea’s End by Elly Griffiths

The House at Sea’s End by Elly Griffiths Griffiths once again shows the many different facets possible within forensic archaeology. Norfolk as a setting for the book was particularly pertinent this time and the character arc is slowly shown throughout all of her books. The first of Griffiths’ books that I read, The Outcast Dead,… Continue reading Review – The House at Sea’s End by Elly Griffiths

Sherlock Holmes – Early Novels, read by Stephen Fry

Just finished reading ‘A Study in Scarlet,’ Sherlock Holmes’ first saga. After twenty years of reading Sherlock Holmes, Stephen Fry and Audible have enabled me to start the collection from the beginning. I’ve always wanted to know how the relationship between Sherlock and Watson begun, and this was not a disappointment despite the fact that the… Continue reading Sherlock Holmes – Early Novels, read by Stephen Fry