[Free eBook] Ruth’s First Christmas Tree by Elly Griffiths [Forensic Archaeologist Mystery]

Ruth’s First Christmas Tree: A Dr Ruth Galloway Short Mystery by Elly Griffiths is is a short story in her Dr Ruth Galloway Mysteries series of contemporary police procedural murder mysteries, free for a limited time courtesy of publisher Quercus.

This series stars a forensic archaeologist, and this is a festive holiday installment set at a family gathering in Norfolk. Offered in the UK, Europe, Oceania, and other worldwide regions outside North America, at multiple retailers.

Free for a limited time @ Amazon, Kobo, iTunes, Google Play, Sainsbury This is offered on a long-term introductory basis as a taster for the series, and is free in many places worldwide, including the UK, Europe, Australia and other regions outside of North and South America, where a different publisher holds the rights.

For a limited time, the 1st in series novel is also being offered free to promote the release of the latest: The Crossing Places

Description
It is three days before Christmas and a bitter wind is blowing across Norfolk.

Until her daughter was born, forensic archaeologist Ruth Galloway didn’t do Christmas, but now that Kate is a year old, she wants it to be special.

She must get a tree, shop for food, clean the house, buy presents, including one for her new boyfriend – who she isn’t even sure is her boyfriend – and remember to get the turkey out of the freezer.

But time is rushing by and the best-laid plans don’t always work out…

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