When her handyman dies of taxine poisoning, Edna Davies, amateur herbalist, becomes the prime suspect. Nearly certain that she hadn't concocted a poisonous potion and desperate to save herself from arrest, Edna taps into strengths she never before realized she possessed. Shunned by the townsfolk, questioned by the police, and threatened by thieves, she follows the clues of a forty-year-old disappearance to capture a killer.
Suzanne Young is an American mystery author who was born and raised in Rhode Island. After earning a degree in English from the state's university in Kingston, she packed up her belongings and headed west. She has lived in various U.S. cities since that time and currently resides in Colorado.
Suzanne worked as a writer, an editor and a computer programmer until she
retired in the fall of 2010 to write fiction full time. She is a member of
Denver Woman's Press Club, Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers, Mystery Writers of America and Sisters in Crime, as well as a graduate of the Arvada (CO) Citizens Police Academy. More about Suzanne and her writing can be viewed at www.SuzanneYoungBooks.com