(PDF DOWNLOAD) Hiding the Past AUTHOR Nathan Dylan Goodwin
N to previous page with a SAVE of whatever I had written I was 23 through and I lack the time to write it all over againMy genealogy society was reuested by the author to review the book Several "Of Us Have Read " us have read Two of s including me probably would not have finished had not the author made the reuestI find the leading character to be a wimp and a whiner I did not like him He would NOT be a person I would want to know about He would be a person I avoided I didn would NOT be a person I would want to know about He would be a person I avoided I didn like his girlfriend either More than once she would be doing it s an all about me action when the very opposite was needed Of course Morton was no betterThe book jumped around in time periods Most of the time you know there was a jump but at times you read several paragraphs and realized you weren t in the 21st centuryThis book is set in England and the author is from there or the British Isles as well Acronyms and abbreviations as well as terminology are sed throughout the book with the concept that everyone knows what the person meant On a Kindle I
Ll Look Up A Word look p a word the dictionary had it sometimes not I m not going to take the time to look Origin (Robert Langdon, up an acronymIf you make the lead characters people we don t like and most of the other characters as well do not be surprised if people are turned off by that Just because characters arenbelievers does not mean you get to The Riddle of the Yellow Canary use god instead of God and bible instead of BibleShoot this has a little kid in it that I m supposed to have some kind of good feeling for In the end the author made him fairlynlikable tooIt appears this is the first of a planned series so I hope that Morton if he is Inside the Asylum used again dumps Juliett or she does an about face Morton needs to SERIOUSLY growp His behavior concerning his family is like a 18 19 year old Not someone in their 30s BTW if a genealogist loses everything in their home there are things we have that we considered irreplaceable Like books we have obtained for research that are out of print Most of Plastic us do NOT carry in our heads the Product Keys of all the software we have on our laptops If he had his laptop backedp in the cloud but he didn t It seems like he switched to a Mac If that was done then his software that did run on a PC wouldn t work on a Mac I know this book has gotten some rave reviews But for me it fell way short of what it could have been Last weekend I wanted a light read and Hiding the Past seemed like a good choice I mean what s not to likea forensic genealogist main character Morton Farrier and a murder mystery who killed Peter Coldrick The story has two plotlines the murder mystery and the main character s personal journey having to do with the knowledge that he is adopted The former is dominant as it should be The main character s musings about the latter come and go in a logical way that doesn. Necessary to ncover 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 But others are also interested in the Cold.
free download Hiding the PastRaquel, the Jewess of Toledo understand that the author Nathan Dylan Goodwin is working on one thank goodness Morton is delightful as is his girlfriend Juliette They work well together in this well plotted mystery This is a different sort of mystery since the main character is a forensic genealogist I am still not certain what that means but he figures out the puzzle bysing clues from family collections and archives An attempt was made to alternate between
THE PRESENT AND THE PAST AND I AM NOTpresent and the past and I am not that was entirely successful The author is British and so the settings and archives are a bit The Shadow at the Bottom of the World unfamiliar and perhaps interesting because of it I will probably read another book or two in this series and see how that works out Absolutely riveting So much so I just couldn t put this book down which in everyday life gets to be a bit complicated I should really give it only 4 stars because a few situations were extremely far fetched but I can t bring myself to do that since it was all such page turning enjoyment I recommend this novel to anyone who is interested in genealogy and enjoys fast paced thrillers Great book A genealogist Morton is hired to search a man s past and the man is murdered Why As the genealogist was Goodreads just did what it has done multiple times Dump me out of the page without letting mese a Backspace or retur. 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 ses whatever means. ,
the story I d prefer to give this book 45 stars instead of 4 The only downside for me wasstory I d prefer to give this book 45 stars instead of 4 The only downside for me was setting Not because I don t like Great Britain but because some of the language and abbreviations were foreign to me me being American I had to stop a few times and refresh myself on the meanings of things and there was a slight learning curve with where records are stored in Great Britain as opposed to US repositories These are minor problems though and I wouldn t avoid this book or any other with a foreign setting because of thisHiding the Past was a delightful Sunday afternoon read Morton Farrier is easy to like and I look forward to the next book in this series I have mixed feelings about this book One one hand it was a riveting plot Genealogist Morton Farrier is hired to nearch his client s family history Days later the client is found dead and Morton sets out to finish the job The problem I had with this book was that there was too much action it became formulaic Morton finds a clue Morton gets attacked Morton has to start over and finds another clue Morton s house blows p etc etc The action became a way to pad THE PLOT INTO FILLING A BOOK THE ACTION WAS plot into filling a book The action was a little too Hollywood y for my taste not plausible in the least So I ll leave this book rated justok Promising but not great Gripping and funDidn t see most of the twists and turns coming in this
One A Great Easy Read That KeepsA great easy read that keeps thin What a great shame I got to 28% but got so worn down by stupid mistakes that I had to call it a day A great pity as I was liking the story One I d certainly pick p again if it was ever properly proofread and editedI loved the cover and as I enjoy Steve Robinson s books so much it was given I d try this series as well No doubt many compare the authors He easily writes a great story as well though Steve s aren t totally full of errors Therein lies the massive differenceDescend was The Rooster Who Would Not Be Quiet! used when it should ve been descended twice I read lent and not leant this sentence makes no sense You re day off tomorrow aren t you Gleneagles issually the one word and then another nonsensical sentence He s only the one who took the file admissions file from St George s really I hit page 67 when nought was written as naught and speechmarks dropped in the SAME paragraph and I d read enoughThe forensic photography stuff I found fascinating Please get it tidied Wciv, Volume 1 up so I can finish it Such a waste putting it out in this state. Rick family people who will stop at nothing including murder to hide the past As Morton begins tonearth his client’s mysterious past he is forced to confront his own family’s dark history a history which he knows little about. ,