What’s so great about this book, is the fact that it’s a “NOW” situation set in the Big Apple.

Didn’t you always want to know what goes on behind the scenes of those medical TV shows? Reading M K Graff’s Death Unscripted gives a firsthand peek at how some of it gets done.  The fact that Graff knows the medical profession comes through and made this such an interesting read and a seemingly REAL one.

This is a nicely paced cozy with a host of interesting characters, and one of my new personal favorites, Trudy Genova, an amateur sleuth.  Graff’s mystery drew me in right from the beginning.  The sparks set off between her mail character and the detective, add an interesting subtext.  Graff’s  settings, dialogue and plot have me begging to read her next installment in this new American series.  Brava!  I definitely “suspended my disbelief!