Wednesday, 15 August 2018

Letters from the Dead - Out now!

New Jefferson Tayte book

My new Jefferson Tayte Genealogical Mystery is out now in paperback, audiobook (performed by Simon Vance) and for Kindle worldwide. If you're following the series and plan to read it, I very much hope you enjoy it. If you're new to the series and just like the sound of this book, it can also be read as a stand-alone story without having to have read the earlier books first. For more information, and to order a copy, please follow this LINK, which will take you to the Amazon product page in your country.


Here's what some readers are saying about the book on their blogs so far. You can follow the links to read the full reviews.

‘The end of the Scottish adventure is a white-knuckle ride and, as always, I thoroughly enjoyed this story. Steve Robinson carefully strands his stories together and they are a joy to unpick.’ — Ignite Books.

‘A story that, at times, had more than the touch of an Agatha Christie about it. If you have not read any of Steve Robinson’s work and are a fan of historical and genealogical fiction or merely just love a good mystery story, then you won’t go wrong with this series.’ — Go Buy The Book.

‘Even better than the beautifully descriptive passages is the way Robinson builds the mystery and plants the clues. I am usually pretty good at predicting the outcome, but with this book I confess to being wrong every time.’ — Jollett Etc.

‘I found myself literally holding my breath as each mystery unfolded, and genealogist, Jefferson Tayte, uncovered the clues. Steve Robinson is always a must-read author. I thoroughly enjoyed Letters from the Dead and could not put it down!’ — Old Bones Genealogy.

Further information now on my website

If you would like to read some background information about the book, including the inspiration behind it, how I set about writing the story, and some of the research that went into it, please take a look at the information page on my website HERE. I hope you'll find it interesting.