'To say this is a fascinating book is an understatement. I really loved it. A real puzzle... Brilliantly crafted, this is a realy mystery. I wanted to know the end but I didn't want the book to finish. Definitely on my top ten reads of 2004.' (Lizzie Hayes MYSTERY WOMAN
'Fiona Mountain has hit on an ingenious twist in crime fiction... The writing is pacy and the world of genealogy is well portrayed... I hope Fiona will entertain me with more of Natasha's adventures.' (HISTORICAL NOVELS REVIEW
'This is a novel rich in atmosphere, an unusual crime story with plenty for the reader to guess at and be involved in.' (LEICESTER MERCURY
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About the Author
Fiona Mountain grew up in Yorkshire, then moved to London where she worked at the BBC for nine years as a press officer, primarily for Radio One. She now lives in the Oxfordshire countryside with her husband and three young sons.