P.J. Allen currently lives and writes from Madison, Wisconsin. The author earned a Doctorate in Communication from Florida State University and works to promote health and education in developing countries, including South and Central Asia, and West and Southern Africa. Allen also lived and worked in Washington D.C., advocating for these same issues. "Deadly Untruths," the author's first novel, blends Allen's knowledge of communication and politics. A second novel is currently under way, "The Yeti Quotient," that draws on Allen's knowledge of health and politics.
Two scientists, Drs. Maggie James and Jangbu Tong, developed the fountain of youth by altering and augmenting a plant growing naturally in Nepal. The plant's properties prevent disease, improve the quality of life for the sick, and turn back the clock for the elderly. It’s a win, win...until the interests of political and business leaders collide to create an international incident.
Andie, an up-and-coming investigative journalist, learns that her friend was investigating horrendous war crimes perpetrated by officials within the US administration. It is now up to Andie to expose those responsible for the atrocities. But she is threatened by agents operating under orders from the White House and endangers herself and others in a race to prevent catastrophic injury and death.