Quaker Indictment At the urging of an old friend devout Quaker Elizabeth Elliot travels far from her peaceful New England home to visit a town simmering with the deadly fallout of a government cover up Reba Nichols E

  • Title: Quaker Indictment
  • Author: Irene Allen
  • ISBN: 9780312966843
  • Page: 298
  • Format: Paperback
  • At the urging of an old friend, devout Quaker Elizabeth Elliot travels far from her peaceful New England home to visit a town simmering with the deadly fallout of a government cover up Reba Nichols, Elizabeth s ex college roommate, is convinced that a region of central Washington State is contaminated with radiation from the Hanford nuclear plant Counting on Elizabeth foAt the urging of an old friend, devout Quaker Elizabeth Elliot travels far from her peaceful New England home to visit a town simmering with the deadly fallout of a government cover up Reba Nichols, Elizabeth s ex college roommate, is convinced that a region of central Washington State is contaminated with radiation from the Hanford nuclear plant Counting on Elizabeth for support, Reba sets out to gather some damning evidence But to Elizabeth s horror, Reba s zealous search for the truth quickly reaps a grim reward murder Swept up in a deadly confrontation with the darkest side of human nature, Elizabeth s Quaker ethics are put to the ultimate test.

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    1. Oh dear. I have so enjoyed the first three of this series, but this onedreadful, truly dreadful. A tract about the sins of the U.S. government in regard to Hanford. I don't at all disagree with the politics of the author's position, but it's a damn poor mystery story, and not even a good lecture as each gets in the way of the other. Very disappointing. Still recommend the others, though.

    2. one of a series featuring Elizabeth Elliot, a 60-something widowed Quaker meeting clerk in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Elizabeth leaves her safe New England home to visit college friend Reba Nichols in Washington State. Reba is murdered. The murder appears to be part of another crime by the Hanford nuclear plant folks trying to stop investigation into safety issues. The murderer is Reba’s own cousin who did not want Reba to continue with her plans to prove Hanford had damaged Reba and cousins la [...]

    3. New England Quaker Elizabeth Elliot flies to Seattle to see her best friend, who suspects contamination from a nearby power plant. But Reba's search for the truth ends up in murder, leaving Elizabeth to find out who wanted her friend dead. This was #4 and the last of the Elizabeth Elliot cozy mystery series. It was also my least favorite. I like Elizabeth better in Cambridge plus they left a cliffhanger in #3 that was never addressed in this book! Still, I'm sorry to see this series end and wish [...]

    4. It's the first Quaker book I've read. The blurbs between the chapters are great; Kierkegaard, etc. But it was pretty predictable. I got tired of having to help Elizabeth in and out of cars, of her migraines and her arthritis (I KNOW she's 70-something), the other main character is killed off without much reason, and, WARNING: the dog, Panda, is killed at the end. I'm not sure I'd read another Quaker novel if this is typical.

    5. I liked Quaker Witness better. This one was less realistic. I don't think that a person would enter a high security military area impulsively without a lot of forethought. Much less pull another person along unwillingly.

    6. Read this a while ago, but as I get rid of the book, I want to remember that I read it. (Approximating when I read it.) I liked it from someone who admires the Friends. Revisiting the series and seeing how I like the most current version.

    7. A nice, short read. The Quaker in the story is a tad sanctimonious, but overall I liked how it incorporates Quaker principles.

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