I have only recently become interested in genealogical stories and this one had mystery as an extra bonus. The action did not stop in this Jefferson Tayte book and the ending was certainly not predictable. Only one problem: once I started this book, I could not put it down. So if you have some spare time.....
Kindred .by SteveRobinson This book was as entertaining as his previous Jefferson tante stories. This time he solved his own ancestral puzzle which had intrigued many readers as well as me The result was as always with a twist in the tail, and a satisfying climax to wet our curiosity . I only hope having done this it doesn't:mean the declaration of the end of his very absorbing genealogy thrillers Kdbs nana glen nsw Australia
Written with wartime flashbacks, SteveRobinson's great character; genealogist Jefferson Tayte, mixes with old time Nazis as he follows up the clues and files that reveal not just the truth, but a lot about himself. recommended.
This is the first SteveRobinson book I've read and I'll definitely be back to read the others in the Jefferson Tayte series. I've always been interested in WWII history and this book had me hooked. Well paced and a storyline with twists that keeps you guessing - things are not always what they seem.