The Peter White Public Library new book shelves hold a variety of reading material. Skeletons in the Closet by Tobias T. Bukh bids readers welcome to Michigan, home to the grit and tire smell of Detroit, more than 3,000 miles of beach. Michigan boasts of the longest freshwater shoreline in the world and more registered snowmobiles than any other state. Tourists spend summers in cabins cooling off by the Big Lake, and residents bundle up, watching the snow pile as it grows. Even in this outdoor paradise, there is still room for crime and plenty of places to bury bodies. The author takes to the road to chronicle some of the Great Lakes State's more intriguing, hair-rising and compelling crime cases. You will never look at Michigan the same way again. Bukh teams up with Dr. Stephen D. Cowle to explore the everyday world of the Kent County Morgue located in West Michigan. Cause of Death: Forensic Files of a Medical Examiner is complete with the gruesome sights, the caustic smells and the frightening sounds of the autopsy. This writing duo examines the twisted tales of the bodies that have rolled through the doors of the Kent County Morgue. Fans of forensic detective stories will like this book that details what happens in the day-to-day life of the Grand Rapids area Medical Examiner.