Fountain of Death

Health Can Be DeadlyA fountain of youth discovery leads to murder at a Florida herbal conference And there s no shortage of suspects Among them is Lizzie Ort, who springs into action to protect friends, clear her own name, and find justice for the victim With wit, and mumblings to God and herself, Lizzie pursues leads and follows her instincts She struggles with the shHealth Can Be DeadlyA fountain of youth discovery leads to murder at a Florida herbal conference And there s no shortage of suspects Among them is Lizzie Ort, who springs into action to protect friends, clear her own name, and find justice for the victim With wit, and mumblings to God and herself, Lizzie pursues leads and follows her instincts She struggles with the shift from the high powered pistols of her past life to a higher ethical power as she hunts the murderer.Did the killer steal the victim s controversial formula for a telomere lengthener that elusive herbal solution to old age Was it one of the hundreds of conference exhibitors or attendees or someone else
Fountain of Death Health Can Be DeadlyA fountain of youth discovery leads to murder at a Florida herbal conference And there s no shortage of suspects Among them is Lizzie Ort who springs into action to protect friend

  • Title: Fountain of Death
  • Author: Judith Mehl
  • ISBN: 9780986276637
  • Page: 151
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “Fountain of Death”

    1. This is one book I meant to get to before now, but I was so wrapped up in writing I let the reviews slide. Bad, Vicki. Worse yet, this was a great book with colorful and unexpected characters, plot, mystery. The herbalist in me came out and made the story even more special. Fun, quirky, and detailed murder-solving skills are what this book thrived on. I loved it.

    2. Not that everyday surrounding with not you everyday people. Herbalist are not what can call "active killers" nevertheless nevertheless. murder has been committed. A sheriff and his new assistant get help from an retired CIA agent and her sister. No spoiler here. I read it in a week. A real pageturner. And when at last you know whodunit, you still don't know why A very good book indeed!!!

    3. Leading character Lizzie Ort is an enigma wrapped up in a cozy shawl that hides her secrets well. She may not be in the spring of her youth, but she is all business when it comes to solving crimes, and not too patient with the local professionals that tend to underestimate her at every turn. How did she ever develop her love of herbal lore and where did she get her penchant for guns? Sweet, old lady Lizzie? Ha!

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