Cover image for Skulls of Sedona
Skulls of Sedona
Ripley, J. R., 1955-
Personal Author:
Publication Information:
Boca Raton, Fla. : Beachfront Pub., 2000.
Physical Description:
188 pages ; 22 cm
Subject Term:
Geographic Term:
Format :


Call Number
Material Type
Home Location
Item Holds
X Adult Fiction Central Closed Stacks

On Order



When Tony Kozol packs his bag and his guitar and heads to Sedona, Arizona, to back up a friend at a New Age conference, murder follows. And the only thing stranger than the murder are the colorful suspects at the conference, not to mention the real stars of the event, the Crystal Skulls, and now they're missing! With this second book in a series, J.R. Ripley returns with another murderous predicament for the hapless ex-attorney, ex-restauranteur and now struggling musician and amateur sleuth, Tony Kozol.

Reviews 1

Library Journal Review

Non-practicing Florida attorney Tony Kozol (Stiff in the Freezer) hopes to earn some much-needed cash by playing his guitar at an Arizona New Age conference. Spirit-induced music, mediums, fortune-telling, and ancient, alien-enhanced crystal skulls aside, Tony finds his credibility challenged by the murder of the spacey former college roommate who invited him there. He can't make up his mind who killed his friend--the rejected one-time lover, the jealous rival, the married-but-promiscuous hot-tub masseuse, or a host of others. Wacky characters, liquid prose, frequent humor, and a decidedly light plot place this in the fun, breeze-to-read category. Readers who enjoyed Sharon McCrumb's Bimbos of the Death Sun will also get a kick out of this. (c) Copyright 2010. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.