The six installment in the Relatively Dead series covers special-needs children, autism, and physic ability. Do they work together or separate? Ned and Abby set out to learn how the brain works. They haven’t made inroads very far. Abby feels she is contributing nothing and is planning to assume her teaching career. There is no murder in this book.
Abby plans to get Ned’ s house in order before she starts. The plumbing needs work. Tearing an out the bathroom walls, an old wrench is found. The plumber picked up has an electric reaction. They discover a cold case that Abby finds an answer to it. She investigates s a school for Autism children and meets a couple of children. I got tired of reading Abby’s frustrations with about how slow progress is coming. The ending leaves you wanting more information about the brain. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND this book and series.
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Sounds like an interesting book.
You need to read this series in order
Okay I’ll check out the first book in the series.