“A Brilliant Conspiracy” Episode 7.
Gamblers hate interlopers jeopardising killings.
Lurking means needing obscure protection. Quirky rational steps to unleash veneniferous canine fatalities with xylitol.
Yearling deaths, analysed by zoiatrics, exist.
Veneniferous carrying poison
Xylitol a chemical substance – Xylitol is often fatal to dogs.
Zoiatrics veterinary surgery
Archibald’s ‘Horse of the Day’
Gainsborough would have been the basis of a Goliath, if that was possible in 1918.
Jamila’s ‘Daily Poison’
Gila Monster (Heloderma suspectum);
Distribution: southwestern United States;
Symptoms: heloderma venom, primarily a neurotoxin;
Symptoms: all of the teeth are venomous; bite causes local pain, swelling, weakness, ringing of the ears, nausea, respiratory distress, cardiac failure; may cause death; no antiserum available
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.
I learn something new every time thanks Roland! Xylitol I’ve heard of – perhpas a sweetener to the poison.
Now who would want to sweeten the poisoned pill. Not me…I’m as innocent as driven slush. (Thanks Susan for dropping by.)
Sorry I’m late, got sidetracked yesterday 🙂 I don’t think I’d want to tangle with a Gila Monster – does not sound like a fun thing to go through even if you survive.
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No need to apoligise. A Tasha is never late, nor is she early. She arrives precisely when she means to. 😉
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