The Woman in Blue by Elly Griffiths
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
I very much enjoy Elly Griffith's Ruth Galloway series. Each new addition brings an interesting plot and the characters are portrayed so real - mistakes and feelings and all.
This one had an interesting twist -- Ruth, as the main character of the series, had a very minor role in the plot. She was really more of an outside party linked very tenuously to the main mystery, and we got a lot more depth from Nelson, which was a refreshing change of pace. We got some Cathbad involvement, which was awesome, because he's, well, Cathbad, but I do miss Judy! She had very little in this one. That provided some of the other police team members to have their turns to shine a little, and we got to know Tanya, Clough, and Tim a little better.
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