"chuck" wrote:Please Carla....The name of the novel....Really sounds interesting.....
It isn't a novel, though it's as gripping as many and more so than some It's an account of the discovery and the investigations by one of the members of the archaeological team. Citation details: Brothwell D. The bog man and the archaeology of people. British Museum Press, 1986, ISBN 0-7141-1384-0.
There's also a bit about it in the current post on my blog (see sig file) - I was reading the book as part of researching the possibility of human sacrifice in early Anglo-Saxon England.
By the way, does anyone know if Lindow Man has been done in fiction? Surely by now.... Bernard Cornwell borrowed some of the details, like the fox fur armband, for the sacrifice to protect the magical cauldron in his Arthur trilogy (Book 2 or Book 3, can't remember which), and no doubt others have done the same, but I wonder if anyone has tried to do Lindow Man himself?