Book Review: The Missing Man

The following book review was written by Dina C. Carson and Bobbi King:

The Missing Man
By Nathan Dylan Goodwin. Self-published. 2017. 132 pages.

Reviewed by Dina C. Carson and Bobbi King

Morton Farrier, forensic genealogist, is back with a new, much more personal case to solve.

Will a three-week honeymoon in America be long enough for him to find his biological father and discover the secret he is keeping? What will the records in Boston untangle? A former life? A former wife?

Morton’s investigation will lead him through a twisted tale of family, mysterious fires and murder! What could lead him to his elusive father when disappearing is the family business?

Nathan Dylan Goodwin has delivered another page-turning mystery laden with forensic genealogical clues that will keep any family historian glued to the book until the mystery is solved.

Other books by Nathan Goodwin include:
Hiding the Past
The Lost Ancestor
The Orange Lilies
The America Ground
The Spyglass File

Dina C. Carson owns Iron Gate Publishing. Besides authoring self-help books on writing family history, she is a gravestone photographer, author of Boulder County history books, and active volunteer for Colorado societies.

Bobbi King is recently retired.

The Missing Man by Nathan Dylan Goodwin is available on Amazon at: http://amzn.to/2qfLPvQ.

6 Comments

Shirley Pizziferri April 29, 2017 at 6:05 am

I thoroughly enjoy Goodwin’s books, especially this one since I am from Boston. He sends free copies to our genealogical library, and we pass them around.

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I have enjoyed the other books in this series & look forward to reading this one.

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I assume this is fiction, not actual genealogical research?

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Where do I find these books in the Boston area?

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I bought his first book on Amazon and liked it so much, I went on. Marathon reading binge and finished the rest of his books within two weeks. Now reading some other authors, until he finishes his next book.

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