Disaster at sea, an heirloom locket, and pre-war espionage all play a part in The Lost Empress, Steve Robinson’s fourth novel in the Jefferson Tayte Genealogical Mystery series. I received an advance review copy and Steve’s promise for an interview to answer questions about Tayte’s news adventures. I wish I could drop everything and start reading right now; but I know from the first three Tayte mysteries that the story will be an impossible to put down page-turner. <Sigh> Of course, the promise of a good mystery might be just the motivation to clear my desk faster!
I’m looking forward to talking with Steve after I’ve read the book. It’s great to chat with authors about their books and writing life, and even better when it includes more than a little genealogy. Steve is always generous with his time for the genealogy community, so don’t be bashful about leaving comments and questions for him about any Jefferson Tayte book.
Look for a full review and interview in the next few weeks, and in the meantime you can get your own preview of the book with Amazon’s Look Inside feature offering the opening pages of the The Lost Empress.
The Lost Empress is now available for pre-order; Kindle orders will be delivered wirelessly on the October 21, 2014 release date. While you’re waiting for the book’s release, check out the first three Tayte adventures or revisit Jefferson Tayte’s career as professional genealogist and unwitting detective:
1 – In the Blood
2 – To the Grave
Note: I accepted an advance copy of The Lost Empress without obligation to review or publicize the book. I enjoy Steve Robinson’s genealogical mystery series, and share news about his new releases because I think you might like them too. If you buy a book using one of the affiliate links on this website, the fees earned help support this site.