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The Beekeeper (The First Detective Elizabeth Stratton Mystery)

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  • Sales Rank:97,342
  • Format:Kindle eBook
  • Language:English (Published)
  • Media:Kindle Edition
  • Pages:147
  • Publication Date:October 22, 2012
  • ASIN:B009PG37ZU


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A KINDLE TOP 100 BESTSELLER
#1 AMAZON KINDLE BESTSELLER IN "POLICE PROCEDURALS"

A trigger-happy young detective becomes immersed in a world of bees and mad honey in order to catch a murderer.

Miami homicide detective Elizabeth Stratton knows she's lucky to still have a job, but she's tired of only getting the easy cases. She'll never be able to regain the respect of her colleagues without a chance to prove she's no longer an anxious mess who shoots at anything that moves.

Her opportunity comes during a routine check at a near-abandoned hotel. While trying to save the living, she finds the dead. In the midst of a bee infestation is the body of a young woman, her mouth filled with honey.

Elizabeth is grudgingly allowed to keep the case, which rapidly becomes compelling when the honey is found to be poisonous and the bees follow her home.

But just when she's closing in on the killer, he targets her new friend and Elizabeth must brave the high winds of a category four hurricane to save her.

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