If you’ve been around my blog for a while, you’ll know that I like to read the odd murder mystery – usually of the cozy variety, but not always. Well, this one doesn’t quite fit the category, but take a look at my review to see what I thought about it.
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I was attracted to this book by the location – Bluegrass, Kentucky. Sweeping countryside, race horses, old and new money; a grand place for a murder mystery series.
Josiah Reynolds – somewhat bizarrely named as she’s a woman – is a bee keeper. She was formerly a professor of art history, married to a professor of architecture who designed their extraordinary home, the Butterfly, which is almost a character in its own right.
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