FREE E-BOOK DOWNLOAD: The Orange Lilies – The Forensic Genealogist Series

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Are you familiar with the Genealogical Crime Mysteries by Nathan Dylan Goodwin? Download The Orange Lilies FREE e-book today!

Amazon: FREE E-book The Orange Lilies: A Morton Farrier novella by Nathan Dylan Goodwin - part of The Forensic Genealogist series, regularly $6.99 USD, Amazon Kindle version available FREE

The Orange Lilies: A Morton Farrier novella is the third book in The Forensic Genealogist series by prolific author Nathan Dylan Goodwin. If you are unfamiliar with his books, this is a great opportunity to download a most excellent read for FREE! Regularly $6.99 USD, click HERE for your FREE Amazon Kindle copy NOW before it’s too late!

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The easiest way to get your copy of The Orange Lilies is to click the link or image above. Or if you search on Amazon for the book, you’ll see either Add to Cart or Buy now with 1-Click® . . . just click either of those buttons.

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I have the Kindle App on my iPad and it works just like a Kindle device! I can change the font size, the word space and the lighting as well.

About The Orange Lilies

Morton Farrier has spent his entire career as a forensic genealogist solving other people’s family history secrets, all the while knowing so little of his very own family’s mysterious past. However, this poignant Christmastime novella sees Morton’s skills put to use much closer to home, as he must confront his own past, present and future through events both present-day and one hundred years ago. It seems that not every soldier saw a truce on the Western Front that 1914 Christmas…

This is the third book in the Morton Farrier genealogical crime mystery series, although it can be enjoyed as a stand-alone story.

About Nathan Dylan Goodwin

Born in the famed battle town of Hastings, England, Nathan Dylan Goodwin has always had a passion for writing in one form or another. Having gained a 2:1 degree in Radio, Film and Television studies, Nathan went on to gain a Masters degree in Creative Writing, from Canterbury Christ Church University.

Nathan started his writing career with non-fiction, his first book ‘Hastings at War’ being published in May 2005. This was followed by three further local history books pertaining to the area around his home town of Hastings. His first forays into fiction writing culminated in the publication in 2013 of ‘Hiding the Past’ – a genealogical crime mystery novel. The next books in the series are: The Lost Ancestor (#2), The Orange Lilies (#3), The America Ground (#4), The Spyglass File (#5), The Missing Man (#6), The Suffragette’s Secret (a Morton Farrier short story) and The Wicked Trade (#7).

In his very early forties, Nathan enjoys running, skiing, reading, genealogy, writing and time with his husband and son. That about sums it up!


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