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Travel writer, Carol Valenti was enjoying her first view of the Grand Canyon when her new acquaintance wealthy Mimi Griffin, squeezed her arm in a death grip.
Carol turned to see a man scrambling up the protective fence, and then with a wave at the astonished crowd, he flung himself over the edge to his death a thousand feet below. Accompanying him on his brief trip were the shrill tones of Mimi's ear piercing scream.
Hour after his death, Carol notices Red, Mimi’s husband, conversing and giving an envelope to a distinctive looking character. Later Carol hears that the same man is now dead.
That evening Carol meets Lex Alan, a Vintner showcased at a wine trade show held at the Grand Canyon. There is an instant attraction between them, and they make plans to meet and ride together on the mule trip down to the Canyon floor.
While at a cookout on the Colorado River, Red is murdered and Mimi becomes a prime suspect. As dangerous incidents continue to occur, Carol must find a way to clear Mimi of suspicion and find the killer, before she becomes the next victim.

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    Read too slow for murder mystery

    I did not enjoy this book. There was to much back and forth with characters that cold have resulted in a conlusion far quicker. Characters seemed to lack depth and what appeared as alot of repetition.


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