A Recipe for Dying
The old people are dying in this small coastal town of Waterton, but no one seems to notice-after all, that's what old folk do, isn't it? Eleanor and her delightful assortment of friends, most whom are getting up in age, set out to discover what is going on. Is it a series of mercy killings, or murder, and is their investigation putting them in danger?
Eleanor has a complicated life, much more complicated than a retired school teacher could want. A precocious 10-year old girl from down the street, an impertinent parrot, a group of hilarious friends, an on-again, off-again suitor, and a husband that seems to be running very late are just the beginning. Can she cope with being in the middle of the hunt for a serial killer too?
Patricia Brown was born in Oregon City, Oregon, and was educated at Oregon State University, graduating with a degree in elementary education, a career she pursued for 28 years. She lives in a small town on the Oregon coast with her husband where she dabbles in the arts and enjoys the company of family and friends.