A Habit Of Dying is the compelling story of Lydia Silverstream and her attempts to reunite a family heirloom with its rightful owner. Amongst the box of old photo albums she discovers a sinister journal, both the key to one puzzle and an enigma in itself.
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TITLE: A Habit Of Dying
AUTHOR: DJ Wiseman
Readers write . . .
“Loved the book. The only downside is that I didn’t want it to end.” – Jackie P. “What an excellent book. I haven’t been able to stop reading until I found out what happened.” – Eleanor R. “Thoroughly enjoyed it. Hope there will be more” – Julie K. “Well written, enjoyable read and I wish you all the best of luck with it.” –Denna H. “Couldn’t put it down. I could feel the emotion Lydia felt and actually wanted to be helping her search.” – Amanda M. “A pleasure to read – everything that you promised when we met in Waterstones on Saturday. Also extremely poignant. When’s your next?” –Richard P. “I read the first 10 pages and was totally engaged” – Anne D. “It’s so beautifully written I think it deserves a very serious literary prize.” – Graham N.
Combining genealogy and crime fiction may not seem like the obvious marriage, yet DJ Wiseman manages to pull it off. The result is an intriguing and enjoyable read . . . a well-crafted exposition of the process of discovering family history but also a glimpse into Lydia’s psychological journey. – Oxford Journal A Habit of Dying is a well-written, well-paced piece of puzzle solving that will please family history buffs and fans of old-fashioned detective stories alike. – Helen Ward – Daily Info