Where's Merrill? A Genealogical Thriller

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“Where’s Merrill?” is a uniquely crafted mystery thriller based upon real life historical events. In fact, it is two inter-related stories in one novel set in different timeframes, namely the past and the present. An Irish genealogist called Jed is commissioned by Tim, an American client, to help identify and find his grandfather; a man who simply disappeared. No death record, no burial. Nothing. More

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About Gearoid O'Neary

Gearoid O'Neary is the pen name of Gerard Neary, a genealogist and writer based in County Sligo in Ireland.

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Review by: Anne Farrell on March 04, 2013 : (no rating)
An absolutely great read! And a must have in everyones collection of stories. The characters absorbed my attention immediately. With every new and unexpected surprising twist I found myself caught up in the family saga anxious to read it straight through to the end. You will not be able to lay the book down without asking yourself Where's Merrill. Thank you Gearoid for sharing this fantastic story!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Susan Salkeld on March 03, 2013 :
"Where's Merrill" is an AMAZING novel which I would thoroughly recommend to other Kindle users. I honestly couldn't put it down after being drawn into the unfolding intrigue of a REAL family mystery. I read it preparing dinner, through dinner, after dinner - all evening, desperate to get to the end and some answers. I found the storytelling style, moving back and forth to previous generations from the present-day, to be quite unique and enthralling. And it all builds up to a crescendo at the end (which I'll keep secret!), and then all the teasing riddles start to make sense. A towering achievement, and very entertaining on many levels. Thank you, Gearoid O'Neary.
I can't wait for your next true-life Family History saga. There's got to be a follow-up, Gearoid. Please!
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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