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Title:
The Inheritance of Solomon Farthing
Written by:
Mary Paulson-Ellis 
Read by:
Peter Forbes 
Format:
Unabridged CD Audio Book 
Number of CDs:
11 
Duration:
12 hours 54 minutes 
Published:
October 01 2019 
Available Date:
October 01 2019 
Age Category:
Adult 
ISBN:
9781529030044 
Genres:
Fiction; Historical; Historical Fiction; Literary Fiction; Mystery 
Publisher:
Bolinda/Macmillan audio 
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An heir hunter in modern-day Edinburgh searches out the rightful inheritor to a dead man’s fortune – an investigation that will lead him to the battlefields of WWI France, and the mystery of a six-man firing squad ...

Solomon knew that he had one advantage. A pawn ticket belonging to a dead man tucked into his top pocket – the only clue to the truth ... An old soldier dies alone in his Edinburgh nursing home. No known relatives, and no Will to enact. Just a pawn ticket found amongst his belongings, and 50,000 pounds in used notes sewn into the lining of his burial suit ... Heir Hunter, Solomon Farthing is tipped off on this unexplained fortune. Armed with only the deceased’s name and the crumpled pawn ticket, he must find the dead man’s closest living relative if he is to get a cut of this much-needed cash. But in trawling through the deceased’s family tree, Solomon uncovers a mystery that goes back to 1918. Set between contemporary Edinburgh and the final brutal days of the First World War, The Inheritance of Solomon Farthing shows us how the debts of the present can never be settled unless those of the past have been paid first ...

[On The Other Mrs Walker] 'She captures the greyness of an Edinburgh winter superbly well; she portrays the desperation and colourlessness of pre- and post-war London even better ... One of the strongest debuts of the year.'
Glasgow Herald