Bury Me Deep Book Review
|Title:||Bury Me Deep|
|Published:||April 21, 2021, Joffe Books|
|No. of Pages:||340|
|Cover Price:||$9.99 Paperback, $.99 Kindle|
The body of Charlie Higgins, a small-time criminal, is found in an archeological dig site in Threadingford, and Detective Rozlyn Priest is investigating in Bury Me Deep, which is the first novel in the Detective Rozlyn Priest series. While much of the novel takes place in the modern day, there is also a subplot dating back to the Dark Ages, and it seems that the two plots are related. Roz is determined to dig deep enough to find the murderer, and also to find out why she is having visions of a Saxon warrior who is also fighting for justice.
Jane Adams is a bestselling English author, and her expertise in writing is evident in this new series. While the book is fictional and does include some supernatural aspects, the historical facts relating to the Dark Ages parts are factual and educational. It’s always nice to learn historical facts while enjoying a good novel. Adams does an excellent job of developing her characters. Rozlyn Priest is an interesting character, and she is the perfect protagonist for this unique police procedural novel that takes place both in our modern day and during the Dark Ages.. Adams also does a good job with the supporting characters, and readers will be surprised how easily the stories go from time period to time period.
Readers who like history and police procedurals will enjoy this book. It will keep readers on the edge and will be difficult to put down. Adams is an excellent writer and this is a good new series.
Special thanks to NetGalley for supplying a review copy of this book.
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