Well, at least fifth Mondays shouldn’t occur more than about four times a year. As threatened, we will discuss our books this week. All these books should be available on most book selling sites. We list only the Scribl.com link, where we think they will be least expensive.
Betty Higbie’s Flossie Q Fish is a picture book that describes Flossie’s search for the source of a noise that disturbed her peace. Flossie asks for help from a variety of fish and mammals and finally learns that she should have seen what’s around her, waiting to be seen. Flossie is suitable for reading by six to eight year olds or for reading to younger children. It was illustrated by Caryl McHarney and is listed under her name at Scribl.com. (Her illustrations are wonderful.) Flossie includes a page of Fin Facts that describe some of the scientific background for the story. [https://www.scribl.com/books/E4X7E/flossie-q-fish].
The Science Wowzers for Kids are taken from Flossie and Betty’s other children’s works.
Lee Higbie has two non-fiction books, one on wine and one on writing that are the basis for his blogs on these topics. These will be published as soon as e-publisher Scribl.com publishes non-fiction.
He has also written two novels, with extensive help from Betty, under the pen name BJ Creighton.
Paul Capodicasa, a wealthy benefactor of Rowe Sanctuary, is bludgeoned to death in a Rowe photo-blind. Detective Bobbie Lee must solve the murder while avoiding interference from the Mafia and her district attorney uncle. She must also confront the possibility that her biological son is the murderer. The initial DNA analysis indicates her son may have been involved and the evidence from the murder keeps pointing her toward the same person whom she thinks may be the son she gave up for adoption. The boy born to her after a rape by the man who is now trying to remove her from the case.[https://www.scribl.com/books/E5BNG/no-sanctuary]
CDC Scientist Gunn Shore struggles to find the source of an Ebola outbreak in the Mideast, as the countries accuse each other of bio-terrorism. He must redouble his effort when one member of his team shows symptoms of the gruesome hemorrhagic disease. He returns to his lab in Atlanta and discovers that his son-in-law, who had been in Baghdad, has come down with the Ebola.
As Gunn’s world collapses around him, he determines that the most likely source for the disease is an American. His evidence is so tenuous and circumstantial, he realizes stopping the disease and catching the perpetrator is entirely up to him. [https://www.scribl.com/books/E5C4H/ebolavirus]