I quite enjoyed it once I got into it, but as fiction only with a smattering of archaeology. The point that came across to me as a member of the public with an interest was the lead archaeologist telling the uni guy that he shouldn't make a statement until more facts were made clear, ie slave bones that were really Europeans. I think it is important to get across to the public that sometimes things take time to work out and research of the history behind the finds needs doing. Bonekickers made this point well I feel even if a little curtailed.
Well done to Mark Horton for getting some messages included.
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