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Cankered Roots by G.G. Vandagriff
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Jan 17, 2012

it was ok
bookshelves: mystery, kindle
Read in January, 2012

Alex has been estranged from her parents for years. They weren't even there for her when her husband died in a plane accident.

Since then she's joined the LDS church and become a certified geneologist, and she needs to get information from her parents to complete her geneology.

Her parents are noticable upset by her request. She leaves frustrated. That night her father is murdered. Although she is one of the suspects (and partially because of it), she's determined to find her father's killer and find out why he was killed. She's sure the key to unlocking the mystery is somewhere in her family history. The more she delves, the more dangerous things become until her own life hangs in the balance.

It's confusing because a soldier from WWI has assumed the identity of her GF. She has to find the descendants of the real soldier, as well as to determine what happened to her GF

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