A genealogy expert, Jefferson Tayte, lives in London. He’s contacted by an American investigator because the victim of a recent murder was part of Tayte research. Tayte immediately flies to the States to give all aid he can to solve the murder. Soon, another victim is found, also from his genealogy research – bodies pile.
Terrific murder mystery – a touch of Agatha Christie who-done-it. Even though we know who-done-it …. or do we?
Not so hot? Well, the story is modern-day, cell phones are a main source of research for Tayte. Sometimes Tayte makes long drives rather than making a phone call. Pickyunish of me.
If you’ve never listened to a narration by Simon Vance, give him a go, you won’t be disappointed. Narration is great, no issues with production.
Dying Games is nine hours of listening in unabridged audiobook format, released in May 2017 by Brilliance Audio, and Book 6 in the Jefferson Tayte Genealogical Mysteries. You do not need to listen to the entire series to enjoy the story – but, you might after you hear Dying Games.