Peter Coldrick had no past; that was the conclusion drawn by years of personal and professional research.
I got this book for free from the author with no expectation of a positive review.
I have earlier read one of the later books in this series. As I found that book to be very entertaining, I started on this one in hopes of another good read. I was not disappointed as the book turned out to be fast-paced with a lot of twists and turns. Hopefully not every forensic genealogist has to go through the tribulations of the protagonist Morton Farrier, but for a mystery book, it works well. I can highly recommend this book.
Hiding the Past (The Forensic Genealogist) (Volume 1)
Peter Coldrick had no past; that was the conclusion drawn by years of personal and professional research. Then he employed the services of one Morton Farrier, Forensic Genealogist – a stubborn, determined man who uses whatever means necessary to uncover the past. With the Coldrick Case, Morton faces his toughest and most dangerous assignment yet, where all of his investigative and genealogical skills are put to the test. However, others are also interested in the Coldrick family, people who will stop at nothing, including murder, to hide the past. As Morton begins to unearth his client’s mysterious past, he is forced to confront his own family’s dark history, a history which he knows little about. This is the first book in the Morton Farrier genealogical crime mystery series.
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