Thank you to Emma at Damppebbles for giving me the chance to review Silent Graves by Sally Rigby
Nothing remains buried forever…When the bodies of two teenage girls are discovered on a building site, DCI Whitney Walker knows she’s on the hunt for a killer. The problem is the murders happened in 1980 and this is her first case with the new team. What makes it even tougher is that with budgetary restrictions in place, she only has two weeks to solve it.Once again, she enlists the help of forensic psychologist Dr Georgina Cavendish, but as she digs deeper into the past, she uncovers hidden truths that hurtle through the decades and into the present.
This maybe the 9th book in the series but I didn’t feel as though I had missed out, meaning it can easily be read as a standalone. It was an absolute page turner, that has made me want to read all the other books in the series. I loved the plot and the characters. A superb read.