Reviews - Mystery

After atomic testing in the 1950s, the US government collaborated with Albert Einstein and astrophysicist Julian Bleu to work on a top-secret project code named  Fountain of Youth. Hidden in the Arizona desert they’re aiming to give 24 hand-picked US dignitaries eternal life. The project backfires though, and an explosion kills everyone on site.

Kit Marshall is not looking forward to a weekend at the Continental Club; attending the Mayflower Society meeting with her soon-to-be in-laws and dodging wedding questions does not appeal.

Jameson Quinn is looking for a chance to recover from the harrowing happenings in Ruth Valley. During her weekly trip to the Farmer’s Market she always finds herself staring at one last stand — Callum McDonald’s, where he sells the beef from his own ranch. Soon after she introduces herself she has become part of the older man’s life on the cattle ranch.

When father-to-be Wes Choate is found in the swamp drugged, beaten, and dead, the suspect list is rather short. Mr. Choate's brother-in-law, Parker, has made it well known on numerous occasions that he does not approve of his sister’s husband.

Religious dissensions, political upheaval, and superstitions are alive and well in Germany in the late 1500’s, so a werewolf roaming the countryside, terrorizing livestock, women and children frightens the townsfolk but does not surprise some.

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