Hiding the Past

Author: Nathan Dylan Goodwin
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 9781492737421
Format: PDF
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Peter Coldrick, man without a past, hires Morton Farrier, forensic genealogist, to uncover the truth of Coldrick's family history. Unfortunately, the day after Farrier is hired, Coldrick turns up dead and someone wants Farrier to abandon the case.

The Lost Ancestor

Author: Nathan Dylan Goodwin
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 9781500883492
Format: PDF, ePub
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From acclaimed author, Nathan Dylan Goodwin comes this exciting new genealogical crime mystery, featuring the redoubtable forensic genealogist, Morton Farrier. When Morton is called upon by Ray Mercer to investigate the 1911 disappearance of his great aunt, a housemaid working in a large Edwardian country house, he has no idea of the perilous journey into the past that he is about to make. Morton must use his not inconsiderable genealogical skills to solve the mystery of Mary Mercer's disappearance, in the face of the dangers posed by those others who are determined to end his investigation at any cost. This is the second book in the Morton Farrier genealogical crime mystery series, although it can be enjoyed as a stand-alone story.

The Orange Lilies

Author: Mr Nathan Dylan Goodwin
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 9781505314595
Format: PDF
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Morton Farrier has spent his entire career as a forensic genealogist solving other people's family history secrets, all the while knowing so little of his very own family's mysterious past. However, this poignant Christmastime novella sees Morton's skills put to use much closer to home, as he must confront his own past, present and future through events both present-day and one hundred years ago. It seems that not every soldier saw a truce on the Western Front that 1914 Christmas... This Morton Farrier novella follows on from book two in the series - The Lost Ancestor.

The Spyglass File

Author: Nathan Dylan Goodwin
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781537228532
Format: PDF
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Morton Farrier was no longer at the top of his game. His forensic genealogy career was faltering and he was refusing to accept any new cases, preferring instead to concentrate on locating his own elusive biological father. Yet, when a particular case presents itself, that of finding the family of a woman abandoned in the midst of the Battle of Britain, Morton is compelled to help her to unravel her past. Using all of his genealogical skills, he soon discovers that the case is connected to The Spyglass File-a secretive document which throws up links which threaten to disturb the wrongdoings of others, who would rather its contents, as well as their actions, remain hidden forever. This is the fourth book in the Morton Farrier genealogical crime mystery series, although it can be enjoyed as a stand-alone story.

Reunion

Author: Ryan Littrell
Publisher: Ryan Littrell
ISBN: 098834100X
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An anonymous letter, found at the bottom of a box of black-and-white pictures, reveals the first clues about the author's grandmother's family story, and soon those clues lead him to a country graveyard and a long-lost cousin. As one hint leads to the next, from the 19th century back into the 18th, he discovers his family's place in a people's tragic struggle.

The America Ground

Author: Nathan Dylan Goodwin
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 9781517170042
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When Morton is called upon by Ray Mercer to investigate the 1911 disappearance of his great aunt, a housemaid working in a large Edwardian country house, he has no idea of the perilous journey into the past that he is about to make. Morton must use his not inconsiderable genealogical skills to solve the mystery of Mary Mercer's disappearance, in the face of the dangers posed by those others who are determined to end his investigation at any cost. This is the second book in the Morton Farrier genealogical crime mystery series, although it can be enjoyed as a stand-alone story.

The Missing Man

Author: Nathan Dylan Goodwin
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781542910750
Format: PDF, Mobi
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It was to be the most important case of Morton Farrier's career in forensic genealogy so far. A case that had eluded him for many years: finding his own father. Harley 'Jack' Jacklin disappeared just six days after a fatal fire at his Cape Cod home on Christmas Eve in 1976, leaving no trace behind. Now his son, Morton must travel to the East Coast of America to unravel the family's dark secrets in order to discover what really happened to him.

The Blood Detective

Author: Dan Waddell
Publisher: Penguin UK
ISBN: 014104098X
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As dawn breaks over London, the body of a young man is discovered in a windswept Notting Hill churchyard. The killer has left Detective Chief Inspector Grant Foster and his team a grisly, cryptic clue... However it's not until the clue is handed to Nigel Barnes, a specialist in compiling family trees, that the full message becomes spine-chillingly clear. For it leads Barnes back more than one hundred years - to the victim of a demented Victorian serial killer... When a second body is discovered Foster needs Barnes's skills more than ever. Because the murderer's clues appear to run along the tangled bloodlines that lie between 1879 and now. And if Barnes is right about his blood-history, the killing spree has only just begun... From the author of the bestselling Who Do You Think You Are? comes a haunting crime novel of blood-stained family histories and gruesome secrets. . .

Three Times Removed

Author: M. K. Jones
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781912056705
Format: PDF
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Maggie and her children live a normal life. That is, until Maggie starts looking into her family tree. She uncovers a dark mystery that endangers her children and must solve a mystery in the past, if she is to save her family in the present. Strange forces are at work, and they seem to be leaking into the present.

Hastings at War 1939 1945

Author: Nathan Dylan Goodwin
Publisher:
ISBN:
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"This experience is one of more than forty people's memories, cleverly incorporated by the author into his vivid account of what Hastings endured when it was a 'front-line' town - and of its great defiance and fortitude in the face of the enemy. He tells how Hastings folk coped with the daily wartime hardships of blackout; rationing; the billeting of evacuees; the evacuation of the town; constant fear of invasion; and the relentless bombing raids, day and night, leaving in their wake a trail of death, destruction and the apprehension of where and when the next attack would come."--Jacket.