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Rx for Murder
What did his prescription records reveal to convince pharmacist Ruthie Kantor Morris that Harry Stokes's death was murder? Soon Ruthie finds she must unmask the murderer or become the next victim.
Paperback, 159 pages
Published October 15th 2001 by Clocktower Books
(first published January 1st 1997)
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Aug 12, 2016 Linda C rated it liked it · review of another edition
Widowed pharmacist, Ruthie Morris, is surprised when one of her long time customers, elderly Harry Stokes drops dead. His medical conditions seemed to be under control and he had a new young wife. His children point the finger at the new wife. Everyone involved wants to see his medication records. As Ruthie and her friend, Denise, begins discussing the possibilities for murder they fall under suspicion as well. When another death, one closer to home, occurs, Ruthie starts questioning everyone's ...more
This book has been on my shelf for more than a year. My mother-in-law had given it to me and I just hadn't gotten around to reading it yet. But I'm glad I finally did. The plot is fairly straight-forward with the sleuth this time, a practicing pharmacist. The pharmacy scenes are very realistic based on my own experience working in similar settings. Also, I have spent some time in Scottsdale and Tuscon and so felt comfortable with the realism. The mystery itself seemed to me to be somewhat ...more