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Gender Archaeology
Marie Louise Stig Sorensen, Marie Louise Stig Srensen, Marie Louise Stig Sa Rensen
This haunted isle: The ghosts and legends of Britain's historic buildings
Peter Underwood

Silent on the Moor

Silent on the Moor - Deanna Raybourn You really can't go wrong with Deanna Raybourn. You really can't.
She always delivers, whether it's tongue-in-cheek humor, or passionate-yet-reserved romance, or unforgettable characters with lovely bits of quirkiness.
I love the fact that even after two previous books, Lady Julia and Nicholas Brisbane's cat-fights still make me giggle. And I'll just say that a certain wait is over for a certain something that we have most certainly been waiting for! Victory dance!
But I digress.
This mystery was my favorite of the series, definitely because of the setting (Wuthering Heights, anyone?) but also because of the unique twist to the mystery that Raybourn injects. Egyptology on the English moor? Really?
It works!