Murder of the Obeah Man is a classic Agatha Christie who-done-it with with a few twists. Instead of Jane Marple, You’ll meet Jeenya Birdsong, an herbalist, healer, and spiritual advisor. Instead of England, you have Jamaicans, now living in Florida along with their Obeah Man – Yes – the one who was murdered. Everyone is busy putting salt around their homes to keep away the duppy (a vengeful ghost). When Jeenya decides to help the detectives, things get interesting. Discussion questions available for Book Clubs.
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Judy Fishel is a retired teacher. When she retired she finally had time to write. After a few writing classes, she began work on this book. What a disaster. It was awful. She turned to what she knew best and wrote Straight A’s Are Not Enough – books on study skills. Finally, fifteen years later, Judy returned to this book. Now Jeenya appeared in her dreams and Judy let Jeenya decide what happened – and what a difference. All the pieces went together. Perhaps Jeenya became her spiritual advisor. firstname.lastname@example.org