The Cactus Plot: Murder in the High Desert

The Cactus Plot: Murder in the High Desert

by Vicky Ramakka
The Cactus Plot: Murder in the High Desert

The Cactus Plot: Murder in the High Desert

by Vicky Ramakka

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Overview

“What have I gotten myself into!” Botanist Millie Whitehall leaves her New Jersey home to take a job in New Mexico. She plans to spend a peaceful summer surveying rare plants. Instead she becomes entangled in two heartless murders. Millie befriends one too many characters that she encounters during her work in the back country. Will it be the friendly oil and gas hand, out-spoken environmentalist, laid-back cowboy, charming foreign tourist, or handsome young Navajo biologist that ends up threatening her life? Cozy mystery lovers will enjoy adventuring along with Millie as she draws on her knowledge of ecology to save an endangered cactus, before she—and the cactus—face extinction at the hands of the murderer.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781932926835
Publisher: Artemesia Publishing, LLC NC
Publication date: 11/05/2019
Pages: 284
Sales rank: 1,006,550
Product dimensions: 5.30(w) x 8.20(h) x 0.70(d)

About the Author

Vicky Ramakka grew up on a farm in upstate New York which sparked an early interest in plants and animals. She has spent most of her career in higher education in the western US while her husband worked as a wildlife biologist for the Bureau of Land Management. During her career, she published in academic journals, wrote numerous grant applications and reports and a variety of marketing materials. She now she writes about the Four Corners region, where she claims she meets the most fascinating people, who are always willing to share their stories. Her publications have won awards from the New Mexico Press Women. She currently lives in northwest New Mexico with her husband, where Vicky writes and enjoys photographing the flora and fauna that reside in her “back yard” which she considers any place within a mile walk.

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