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Dr. Jill Quint, private forensic pathologist is back in book #3 of the series. By day she is a wine grower in the central valley of California. The man in her life, Nathan is a world renowned wine label artist. After leaving her job as a medical examiner for the State of California, she has been hired as a consultant to look into the cause of death on the recently dead. Her reputation in the past year has been growing as her cases have become more dangerous to her and her team. This time she has been called in to consult in the death of a skier at a resort in Colorado. The skier's partner has been told preliminarily that he died from a heart attack from the rescue squad that finds him on a ski trail. Since the skier is a tri-athlete with no history of heart problems, he finds it hard to believe. Both Jill and Medical Examiner arrive at a different cause of death - homicide.
Subsequently, Jill and her team are hired to look into the skier's death. The skier was the CEO of a Biotech company. Had the CEO discovered some problems with the company's products?
Can Jill and her team avoid becoming victims of winter hazards when the killer sights a new target of Jill and her team? Set in the high elevation of a Colorado ski resort, enjoy finding out just how deadly the winter can be!
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This was a high-tech mystery. Very interesting! I'm not sure if all the things the group did in the story to solve the crimes are really possible but it made for a good story. I can see this group being a TV series, with the crimes they solve and the places they travel to. I enjoyed being in the snowy mountains for a few days while I read this. One thing that was rather distracting to me were the errors in the book. Some places the right word was there and the wrong word was crossed out. A lot of times the words were wrong or repeated. I found that a bit annoying. But the book was good, I like the cover, I like the characters and their friendship. I received this book from Goodreads First Read for free. I don't know that I would have ever found it if it weren't for that. Thanks!