The second book in the Ruth Galloway series continued to develop the characters and build them into thoroughly likeable people. In this book Ruth is called in to date some bones found at the site of a former children's home. As Ruth is drawn deeper into the case it becomes clear that someone isn't happy with her investigations and is keen to scare her or even kill her.
I look forward to the third book to find out what happens to Ruth and the rest of the characters. Still my only criticism of the book is the fact it is written in the present tense. I just don't like it!!