Blood-Tied by Wendy Percival
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
This book was a lovely surprise, a very well written debut, which keeps you turning the pages wanting to find out a little more about a mystery with its roots hidden in the past.
Elizabeth lies in hospital beaten and unconscious after being attacked for no apparent reason. Her sister Esme, a genealogical researcher believes there is more to the attack than a random mugging and despite Elizabeths daughter Gemma's reluctance decides to put her analytical research skills to good use and begins her own investigation, uncovering some unpleasant and puzzling truths and secrets about her sisters past and placing her own self at risk in the process.
This will hold great appeal for anyone interested in genealogy and anyone who likes a family drama or cosy mystery a super quick read I can highly recommend.
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