Old Bones by Cynthia Harrod-Eagles. Published by Severn House

A young couple starts working on the garden of their new home, only to find human bones. DCI Bill Slider is assigned to the case and the remains of what police believe to be 14-year-old Amanda Knight, who disappeared from the same area twenty years earlier. Slider and his boss are glad of the distraction of a new case, Slider because of the disappointing end to his last investigation, his boss because he wants to keep Slider out of trouble and out of the media. After all, Amanda Knight’s case is decades cold, what could possibly go wrong? No one does police procedurals better than the British. They create mysteries based on character development and story line, and no one is better at it than Harrod-Eagles

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