In The Blood

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  • Paperback
  • 208
  • In The Blood
  • Fay Sampson
  • English
  • 10 January 2019
  • 1847511414

About the Author: Fay Sampson

Paperback ñ In The Blood PDF Ê In The PDF \ blood mobile, In The ebok, In The BloodIn The Blood MOBIFay Sampson graduated in Mathematics, and trained as a teacher Combining teaching with writing, Fay s children s books were frequently featured in Children s Books of the Year When she became a full time writer, she turned to writing novels for adults, based on history and legend She now lives with her husband in a Tudor cottage in mid Devon.


In The BloodPaperback ñ In The Blood PDF Ê In The PDF \ blood mobile, In The ebok, In The BloodIn The Blood MOBIThe first in a fascinating new series combining mystery and genealogy Keen family history researcher Suzie Fewings is delighted when she discovers an ancestor with the same name as her teenage son But what she finds out about the seventeenth century Thomas casts a darker shadow than she expected Then her own Tom s girlfriend is found dead in mysterious circumstances, and Suzie finds it hard In The PDF \ to suppress her growing fears that Tom has inherited than a name from his predecessor.

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10 thoughts on “In The Blood

  1. Lesley Lambourne says:

    More a crime novel with a bit of genealogy, than a Genealogical Mystery, but very readable and just what I needed after reading two non fictions, back to back

  2. S.C. Skillman says:

    This is an intriguing and page turning tale of mystery, crime and family history I found this a thoroughly enjoyable read and identified with a lot of it Suzie and her husband Nick turn up in a country church where Suzie is investigating details of her ancestor I too am about to do that very thing, as I plan to visit a church in Oxfordshire where I may, like Suzie, find an inscription bringing me closer to my 7 times great grandfather who was born in the reign of James I Suzie s story not on This is an intriguing and page turning tale of mystery, crime and family history I found this a thoroughly enjoyable read and identified with a lot of it Suzie and her husband Nick turn up in a country church where Suzie is investigating details of her ancestor I too am about to do that very thing, as I plan to visit a church in Oxfordshire where I may, like Suzie, find an inscription bringing me closer to my 7 times great grandfather who was born in the reign of James I Suzie s story not only gives a strikingly close to life depiction of life with a rapidly disenchanted husband and two challenging teenagers, but a mystery, an almost romance, a crime which ultimately finds its resolution, and a warning to family researchers if you get too personally involved with the story of your ancestor, and find out things you wish you hadn t, you too may find it taking over your life in the present

  3. Peg says:

    My first book by Fay Sampson, so nothing to compare it to I am presently reading fiction works that revolve around genealogical research themes I have found many of them to be a bit unbelievable This one, however, worked for the most part An interesting story about a mother with a penchant for family history research and her family the stories of the past interweaving with the stories of the present in her mind Of course, written by a British author, the British characters seemedauth My first book by Fay Sampson, so nothing to compare it to I am presently reading fiction works that revolve around genealogical research themes I have found many of them to be a bit unbelievable This one, however, worked for the most part An interesting story about a mother with a penchant for family history research and her family the stories of the past interweaving with the stories of the present in her mind Of course, written by a British author, the British characters seemedauthentically presented in both mannerisms and speech, which is something I think some writer s miss

  4. Martha says:

    I hesitate between two and three stars It s pretty well written and I like genealogy based mysteries, but the heroine was very irritating, and the genealogy really had nothing to do with the mystery In addition, the protagonist kept leaping to really ridiculous conclusions, and the whole segment concerning the pedophile who went after her daughter seemed to be a distractionthan it added anything to the story.

  5. Cherie Bush says:

    I really wanted to like it, but just didn t enjoy it.

  6. Lori Shafer says:

    As a genealogist, I was looking forward to reading a mystery series that features genealogy But I just did not get into this book I would not recommend this novel.