Sunday, May 13, 2018

Yosemite Fall by Scott Graham

Chuck is going back to an old Indian goldmine to investigate a 150 year old pair of murders.  He's taking his family and he intends to do some rock climbing there.  He never expected to get caught up in a new murder while there...

Torrey House Press and Edelweiss allowed me to read this book for review (thank you).  It will be published June 12th.

Chuck's daughter is extraordinarily talented on the rocks, making the right decisions and remaining calm.  Her little sister is her cheering section, and Mom loves Chuck a lot, just like he does her.  Now all they can do, if they can, is keep her calm and away from romance during events and she has a chance.

In the meantime, besides the two old deaths, there's a new one and one pending.  It's only a four day weekend, what's going on?  They were experience mountaineers even if they were out alone.  Who wanted them dead and why?

As always money is at the back of it, a need for power, and emotions from the past,  and positions no one wants to lose now.  Chuck is just at the wrong place at the wrong point at the wrong time and he's going to have to fight hard to keep his family together.

C'mon, Chuck, you can do it!

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