BOOK REVIEW: DEEP BLUE ALIBI
Victoria had some news for Steve that she knew he wouldn't be too happy about. They were on vacation and she figured this was just as good as any time to drop the "bombshell". She wanted to go out on her "own". He couldn't believe she wanted to break up the partnership. Victoria believed that since the firm was called "Solomon and Lord" she would always be second. Right at that moment Steve almost said "How about the name Mrs. Victoria Solomon?". Steve refrained from saying it because he didn't want to appear desperate. Steve informed Victoria that he wasn't going to beg her to stay. If going alone made her happy, so be it.
While Victoria and Steve were at the beach one day, they heard a loud noise. It didn't take Steve very long to discover it was a boat with no driver. As the two tried to swim as fast as possible, Victoria recognized the name on the boat. One man was dead. The other was her "Uncle Grif". He was not really her uncle but a former business partner of her father.
Victoria's Uncle Grif needed all the help he could get. The other man, who was dying, was an EPA official who was shot with a speargun. The evidence that Hal Griffin was responsible was overwhelming. He needs Victoria's help. In the meantime, Steve is busy with some problems of his own as he tries to find out why his father has been suspended from the Florida judicial bench.
Is Victoria able to help her Uncle Grif?
It is always fun to read a book involving Solomon and Lord. These two might be in love but things are quite different when they are in the courtroom. The author does an excellent job of combining suspense, humor and way-out characters in order to make this a very entertaining read. Give yourself a treat! Be sure to read this book.
REVIEWED BY NANCY EATON
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