BOOK REVIEW

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  VALLEY OF BONES - MICHAEL GRUBER

When rookie cop Tito Morales arrives at the Trianon Hotel to investigate a routine disturbance, he had no idea as to what he was about to witness.  Morales just happened to look up at the moment it happened - he could not believe what he was seeing - a man plunging ten stories and ending up impaled on a fence. 

The man was a Sudanese oil merchant and it was obvious he was pushed from the tenth floor window.  Morales teams with partner Jimmy Paz to investigate this case.  Upon entering the murdered man's room, they discover Emmylou Dideroff.  The strange thing is Emmylou was almost in a trance.  Emmylou said she wanted to confess and asked for several notebooks to write the details.

This sounded too good to be true.  Well, it did not turn out that easy!  Emmylou didn't write the usual confession.  In fact, Paz has to enlist the help of psychiatrist Lorna Wise to help him sort things out. 

Did Emmylou really kill the oilman?  Is she capable of standing trial?

This is an interesting and compelling book.  Mr. Gruber certainly has added some unique characters to this story especially in Emmylou.   Mr. Gruber is an excellent storyteller and you will be hooked from the very first page.   This book is a thriller and one that you should add to your reading list.

REVIEWED BY NANCY EATON

DO NOT REPRINT WITHOUT PERMISSION OF THE REVIEWER, NANCY EATON

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