Elizabeth Young, a retired English teacher, loves her job as an edZOOcator volunteer at New Orleans' Audubon Zoo. Then on the Satuirday morning following the white-tie-and-tails fund-raiser known as the ZOO-To-Do, Elizabeth, to her horror, discovers a woman's body in the pool of her favorite animal, the great white tiger, Suri. It is soon clear that a killer has defiled the qnew zooq that has become the pride and joy of the Crescent City. To add to her shock, Elizabeth discovers that the NOPD lieutenant in charge of this homicide is none other than Albert Breaux, a former student and class clown. However, soon Elizabeth is forced to admit that the adult Albert is indeed a competent, compassionate policeman, and gradually the two join forces to catch the killer. Elizabeth and her friend, 80 year old Dr. Jenny Alexander who runs the ZOO-mobile both have premonitions that there will be another murder. Their fears become reality when a second victim is discovered near the sea lions pavilion. Yet, neither of them are prepared for the fact that the third victim may well be Elizabeth herself.Alliteration, yeah, alliteration. Not that that body had done him any good. Not yet. She wouldna#39;t let him take her home. Wouldna#39;t even let him pick her up. She met him at shows, at restaurants, at bars. Shea#39;d rub up against him, tongue-kiss him a anbsp;...
|Title||:||Murder at Audubon Zoo|
|Author||:||Jane Gillis Jones|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2000-10-01|