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While the competing claims are investigated, the courts have frozen the estate's assets, leaving many of the locals in dire financial straits. The future of the island---and its traditional way of life---hangs in the balance.
Meanwhile, Loni Ford enjoys a rising career in a large investment firm in Washington, D.C. Yet, in spite of outward success, she is privately plagued by questions of identity. Orphaned as a young child, she was raised by her grandparents, and while she loves them dearly, she feels completely detached from her roots. That is, until a mysterious letter arrives from a Scottish solicitor…
Past and present collide in master storyteller Michael Phillips' dramatic new saga of loss and discovery, of grasping and grace.
Enjoy a trip to the Shetland Islands in Michael Phillips’ latest book, The Inheritance - I certainly did. Prose rich in vivid detail easily allowed my imagination to see the scenery and culture of this setting and created an excellent backdrop for the story’s drama of family and mystery. Though the plot of the story does progress slowly, its various characters intrigued me, and as I read through the short chapters, I was especially interested in discovering how they connected to one another. By the end, I found The Inheritance to be a quite satisfying read and now look forward to reading the next of the Secrets of the Shetlands books, The Cottage.
Thanks to LitFuse Publicity Group, I received a copy of The Inheritance and the opportunity to provide an honest review. I was not required to write a positive review, and all the opinions I have expressed are my own. To read other opinions, be sure to check out what other reviewers think here, and purchase a copy of the book here.
About the Author
Michael Phillips is a bestselling author who has penned more than seventy books, both fiction and nonfiction. In addition, he has served as editor/redactor of nearly thirty more books. Over the past thirty years, his persistent efforts have helped reawaken interest in the writings of nineteenth century Scotsman George MacDonald. Michael and his wife, Judy, spend time each year in Scotland, but make their home near Sacramento, California.