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Gary Giordano, Former Murder and Insurance Fraud suspect, releases shocking tell-all book, The Aruba Files "The Redemption of Gary V. Giordano."

August 2nd marks three years since the disappearance of Robyn Gardner.

NEW YORK, July 31, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- It was the darkest period in his life; he lost his friend, alone in a foreign country, with no assistance from the US government and a media war raging against him. What should have been a vacation in paradise turned into a true hell that changed his life forever in August of 2011. Gary Giordano details the torture he endured in an Aruban prison after being arrested for murdering Robyn Gardner in an alleged plot to collect insurance and "cash in" on her death. He spent four horrific months in Aruba's KIA prison and was never charged with a crime. Giordano authored the book to expose the real villains and the true story about that fateful day.

He discloses to the reader intimate and personal details about his relationship with Robyn. Readers learn of the passionate relationship the couple shared during the weeks and months before her death.

Giordano published never-before-seen, classified FBI interview reports and emails, sealed Aruban interrogation transcripts, and Grand Jury evidence. Along with these detailed reports are shocking photos taken of him during his four-month incarceration by a prisoner who smuggled in a cell phone. Vivid photos with the coast guard and police just moments after Gardner disappeared.

The book features complete phone transcripts with American Express, exposing the dialogue he had with agents about travel insurance policies and his request to extend his travel in Aruba. Readers will learn that fraudulent tabloid media reports contributed to a false understanding that Giordano purchased a life insurance policy in Gardner's name. In fact, only travel insurance was purchased during booking to protect against medical expenses, accident protection and rental car insurance.

The Aruba Files reveals the real dangers at Baby Beach that cost two additional American lives after Giordano's release from KIA Prison. Reports from expert weather sources and a fisherman at the scene describe the dangers of severe riptides and strong currents the day of Robyn's disappearance. The book features pictures of safety signs and buoys placed at Baby Beach one year after Robyn's death. The huge signs read: "Welcome to Baby Beach. Beware: Rip Currents Undertow. Swim at your own risk. Lifevests recommended."

This is required reading for anyone passionate about law and the international judicial system. A must-read for anyone who followed the case in the court of public opinion.

The Aruba Files is currently only available from Amazon at these links - http://x.co/ArubaFiles and http://x.co/FBIFile  Additional information is provided at the following website: www.TheArubaFiles.com   Copyright 2014 by Gary V. Giordano   ISBN: 978-148106136

Video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=296xNESLxsw

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