TWO WOMEN RESEARCHERS WIN 2020 NOBEL PRIZE FOR GENE-EDITING TOOL
Emmanuelle Charpentier, Ph.D and Jennifer Doudna, Ph.D. won the 2020 Nobel Prize in chemistry for developing the tool to alter DNA.
In SMART, BUT DEAD, #3 in this AWARD-WINNING SERIES,
Aggie Mundeen, worried about aging, returns to college to learn about DNA and the genetics of aging.
“The third book in a cute cozy series features an appealing heroine with a self-deprecating wit and a determination to never grow old.” – Library Journal
Irrepressible amateur sleuth Aggie Mundeen enrolls at a San Antonio university to learn how to conquer aging with genetics. Skirting forty and appalled by the prospect of slip-sliding into middle-age, Aggie blasts off to the local university to study the genetics of aging. In addition to providing youthful hints for readers of her column, “Stay Young with Aggie,” Aggie is doggedly determined to stay young.
Despite conflicts with her professor, she learns about the Human Genome Project and DNA. When she discovers a dead body, Detective Sam reminds her not to “help” with the investigation. But dangerously curious and programmed to prod, she races to solve the crime, winds up the prime suspect, and is on target to become the next campus corpse.
Academics Can Be Murder
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“Hurrah for Aggie Mundeen, an effervescent heroine who finds trouble wherever she goes even when the initial pursuit is purely intellectual. Aggie’s pluck, humor, intelligence and loving heart will always keep her young and always make readers smile.” – Carolyn Hart, Agatha Award-Winning Author of Ghost to the Rescue
“Smart. Aggie Mundeen is smart. But. But she’s also a little clumsy, irrepressible, and irresistible. Dead. She might well end up dead if she continues nosing around the university where her questions are not wanted. Smart, But Dead is the perfect combination of brains and heart. A tight mystery, an irrepressible heroine, and superb writing.” – James W. Ziskin, Anthony Award-Nominated Author of No Stone Unturned