Longstone by LJ Ross #Review @LJRoss_author

Between the devil and the deep blue sea…

Viking treasure is discovered beneath the icy waters of the North Sea and local historian Doctor Anna Taylor is called in to help catalogue the most exciting hoard in living memory. But when a shipwreck diver washes up dead, she’s soon out of her depth. Luckily, she knows just the person to call…

When DCI Ryan arrives at the picturesque fishing town of Seahouses, he’s faced with an impenetrable wall of secrets and lies. As he juggles marine archaeology and the cutthroat world of shipwreck diving, another murder blows the case wide open. To uncover the truth, Ryan must delve deeper into the hearts of those around him to find what lies beneath…

Murder and mystery are peppered with romance and humour in this fast-paced crime whodunnit set amidst the spectacular Northumbrian landscape. 

My Thoughts

Firstly I must apologise that I am a little to the party with this one, I honestly can’t keep up with LJ Ross. Anyway this is the tenth Book in the DCI Ryan Mysteries series….How the hell did that happen?! It doesn’t seem like yesterday when I first started this series, when it was actually two years ago.

I absolutely love each and every single book in the series, the author always brings us something new and exciting.

In this story we taken to the north sea when a viking treasure is discovered. Things take a turn when local historian Anna calls DCI Ryan for help when a ship wreck diver washes up dead.

Once again the author paints a stunning picture with her picturesque descriptions making you feel, right there in the story. Weaving this into an exciting mystery which is a unique story line. I am now desperate to visit the sea houses after reading this.

I love the characters and the humour Frank’s one liners made me LOL and can’t wait to read the next book.

This is a perfect who-dun-it mystery, I couldn’t read it fast enough. If you are looking for a fast paced page turner then this is the book for you. This is a series not to be missed……Which I highly recommend.

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