Dying Games by Steve Robinson. Published by Thomas & Mercer

Jefferson Tayte returns in another genealogical thriller, and this time the murders appear to be personal. The murders are sadistic and bizarre and at each scene is a family history, linking all the victims to Tayte. The FBI calles him in for insight, it wouldn’t be the first time he’s helped solve a case like this. Nut even as he struggles to understand the clues left behind, more murders occur. While the cops are wondering of Tayte has lost his touch, the genealogist is only worried about stopping the killer before he can strike again. This is a fascinating mystery series, and while I think that it is best enjoyed that way, this book can be read as a standalone

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