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The Missing Man By Nathan Dylan Goodwin The Missing Man 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 d

  • Title: The Missing Man
  • Author: Nathan Dylan Goodwin
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  • The Missing Man By Nathan Dylan Goodwin 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 theIt 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 happened to him.
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    1. Odette on said:

      This is the 6th book in a series featuring professional genealogist Morton Farrier Morton solves difficult genealogy cases for clients in which a crime or murder then becomes involved At the same time, Morton who was adopted is searching for his birth mother and father.After discovering his father s identity, Morton travels to the USA to find him His father disappeared after a fire which burned down the family home The story is set in four different timelines, which tell the story from different [...]

    2. David Highton on said:

      A novella to allow Morton Farrier to find his biological father in Massachusetts, a back story which has sat behind the earlier novels A narrative set in four different time periods, 1950, 1954, 1976 and 2016, this lacks any real pace but is an interesting genealogical journey

    3. Sarah on said:

      I have to say it, Mr Goodwin, this short novel is really good it seems you re back on track And, after being rather disappointed with the last novel, I m happy to get my favourite forensic genealogist back The story was captivating, full of action, the research and logic easy to follow Morton and Juliette are delightful characters.

    4. Dorothy Lamp on said:

      The Missing Man RevieqI loved the book I could not read fast enough The characters are unforgettable and geographical locations so very interesting All in all, a great read.

    5. Karen on said:

      After discovering the truth about his parentage, the time has finally arrived for forensic genealogist Morton Farrier to locate his biological father The Missing Man takes him to the east coast of America to discover what exactly happened to Harley Jack Jacklin after disappearing from the family home following a fatal fire Knowing that his time in the States is limited, Morton faces a race against time before his father is lost forever.Although this is a novella, Nathan Dylan Goodwin has managed [...]

    6. LAURA J HELFEN on said:

      I just finished Missing Man and OMGoodness it was fantastic There were times when I was shocked, at the end of chapter 18 I was so frustrated with the author, then I cried in chapter 21 and finally threw my arms up in a cheer at the end Another wonderful storyI m just so happy

    7. Sharon on said:

      Another excellent bookIn this book, the long standing mystery of Morton s father and family is solved It reads fast and is quite engrossing I look forward to reading from this author.

    8. Denise on said:

      Another wonderful readThis was the best book of all A wonderful mystery combined with great story line and romance It is amazing what some people will do to cover up the past And what an ending.

    9. Janelle Collins on said:

      I always love Nathan Dylan Goodwin s novels, and this was the best one yet

    10. Pauline Mowbray on said:

      The Missing Man was one of those books I did not want to end The ending was great congratulations Nathan you have excelled yourself again.

    11. PrettyFlamingo on said:

      I didn t know of Nathan Dylan Goodwin, or Morton Farrier, until last weekend and am delighted to see there are a few other volumes I can get my hands on I m a historian and genealogist and this was totally up my alley Though it is the sixth in a series, that made no difference to how much I enjoyed the tale or its readability I read it in a day What matters about a story is how it is told, and this one was told very very well The characterisation is a real strength Morton and his wife Juliette a [...]

    12. Pam Baddeley on said:

      I read this latest in the Morton Farrier series with interest as, at the end of the previous volume The Spyglass File, the character was about to travel to the USA and try to find his father, the eponymous character of the title here Morton, a genealogist, had discovered as an adult that he was adopted by his mother s brother and wife, and that his aunty was really his mum His father was an American who had visited England as a young lad and never knew that he had fathered a child For Morton s f [...]

    13. Dawn on said:

      Great read about the main character finding his own biological father and paternal line, instead of solving other people s difficulties The author s previous book had led the reader to know this book was coming, as it The Spyglass File ended with the main character s wedding to Juliette, his police woman wife, and their plans to travel to America for their honeymoon and the his sleuthing into his own past he knowing he was adopted, and that his father had been a young man visiting England from A [...]

    14. Jane Irish Nelson on said:

      Morton and Juliette are on their honeymoon two weeks in Boston followed by one in New York Morton hopes that during those first two weeks he can solve the mystery of his birth father, Harley Jack Jacklin, who disappeared after the family home burned down at Christmas in 1976 For some reason, Jack felt responsible, according to a letter he sent to Morton s mother that she never received But as Morton continues his research, trying to trace Jack s parents he runs into a roadblock no trace of them [...]

    15. Kay Mercuro on said:

      A great read Having read many of Mr Goodwin s previous genealogy books which woven in them was the search for Morton s father he never knew until he was 16 and found out he had been adopted As I wove may way through each book, the mystery of his father was always there waiting to be discovered through his tracing of ancestors This short story made me cry but I won t give away why You need to read it and the other of Mr Goodwin s Forensic Genealogy books Each one is great and moves onto the next [...]

    16. Marty Mcintyre on said:

      At long last Morton Farrier knows who he is On his honeymoon in Boston, Morton meets his Aunt and learns his father left home after the death of his father and chooses to remain lost Resigned to the fact that he may never get to meet his father he prepares to head back to England I don t want to spoil it but the ending was very satisfying I just hope that there is to come.

    17. M. A. on said:

      As usual, Goodwin s books are hard to put down This one had many twists and turns but kept my attention throughout I like the way he introduces the past, the near past and the recent alternatively One has to be sure to read the chapter titles to know where they are Again, I like the way he thinks and makes use of research sources.

    18. Sherri Hessick on said:

      Love itNathan Dylan Goodwin does it again I absolutely love Morton Farrier This one was a novella focussed on Morton s own family research The mysteries going on in the book are just as interesting as his other books The only real difference is that Morton doesn t almost get killed I highly recommend this book for anyone interested in mysteries and forensic genealogy.

    19. Arleen Brown on said:

      The best My interest is in genealogy as I am working on my family history NDG never disappoints in his writings on his chosen subject I have learned much from him, never to give up, always to keep every bit of information, it may be valuable or turn out to be junk But always interesting Wonderful read Thank you NDG A HILL B

    20. Leigh on said:

      As in all Goodwin s books, a good mystery wrapped around genealogy research to solve A bit formulaic at this point, perhaps, but still makes for an easy, engaging, entertaining read Will be happy with books of this nature from Goodwin.

    21. Sally J Stoltz on said:

      Wow.I have read all the author s books and enjoyed every one Was this story short Or did I read it one big gulp because I couldn t put it down Highly recommend it, but I would read his others first so you understand the background.

    22. Karen Von Schimmelmann on said:

      A fantastic conclusion to Morton s personal quest to find his father.I have enjoyed following the story of Morton s search for his father while pursuing his career as a forensic genealogist and am sure that anyone interested in genealogy will enjoy this book.

    23. Gwen Pryor on said:

      I really liked it I thought it was too short I am glad that Morton found his father I am a sucker for a happy ending I am looking forward to books where Morton and his father work together to solve genealogical cases These books are great

    24. Lynn on said:

      I enjoyed this one better than the last one Sorry to have reached the end of the series

    25. Audrey on said:

      There is nothing not to like about this book apart from the fact it was to short Lots please I absolutely was enthralled by this story.

    26. Melanie on said:

      The Missing ManLoved this book so much and could hardly put it down Each book in this series gets better and I can t wait to read the next one.

    27. Elizabeth Grigsby on said:

      Great Read This author did a masterful job of creating a story to hold your attention to the end I really enjoyed it.

    28. Cathy on said:

      I am glad that the continuing story about the genealogist s father is finally over.

    29. Carol Beckman on said:

      Great read for genealogy nutsThe story rattles along and I was sad when it ended Learned a bit about US research resources as well.

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