“A Brilliant Conspiracy” Episode 2.
[Blurb & other Episodes]
Bodies can deliver essential forensic gems.
However, interpreting Jamila’s knowledge left many nervous. Other patients queued religiously, suffering torment.
Archibald’s usual victims were xanthocomic yeggs – zappy.
Yegg a burglar or safecracker.
Zappy lively; entertaining
Archibald’s ‘Horse of the Day’
Barbaro should have been my Banker
Jamila’s ‘Daily Poison’
Black Nightshade (Solanum nigrum);
Distribution: North America, Europe;
Toxic principle: solanine, a glycoalkaloid;
Symptoms: nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, diarrhea, trembling, paralysis, coma, death
The Challenge runs over 26 days – with Sundays off for good behaviour – and each day will be based on the alphabet, from A through to Z.
Read more about the Challenge I set myself in my Theme Reveal:
Blogging from A to Z Challenge Theme Reveal 2016
For more on the Blogging from A to Z Challenge and to visit the other brave bloggers, go to the official site and this linky list.
well, these are extraordinary words … Yegg …black nightshade … death …
Got to maintain the ‘mood’.
This is an incredibly inventive way of approaching the challenge. I’m saving these to go back and read all the links. You made me a bit sad with Barbaro, too. My third word was horse, and my own daughter was in the heat of her horse-passion that year – and we saw it happen. Tragic, and preventable.
Boldly Going Through the Alphabet!
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Seeing a horse severely injured or killed is terrible. I’ve seen a few in my days as an equestrian journalist – not racehorses though.
Black Nightshade definitely not something you want in your cup of cocoa, but not as bad as Deadly Nightshade 🙂 The trick I understand is telling them apart!
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Finding the right poison is terribly important… when you have chosen your victim.