Valley of Bones

Valley of Bones

Book - 2005
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A wealthy oilman plunges ten stories to his death and the suspect in his death, Emmylou Dideroff, fills several notebooks with her confessions. The confessions detailing childhood abuse, other crimes committed and communion with saints and with the devil lead rookie cop Tito Morales, detective Jimmy Paz and psychologist Lorna Wise down a series of unexpected and dangerous turns as they try to solve the case.
Publisher: New York : HarperCollins, c2005
ISBN: 9780060577667
Characteristics: 436 p


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