|G. P. Putnams' Sons|
This will be a short review, but it was a pretty good read. The book is full of details about beekeeping and Hesketh does a good job making that part interesting, although if you have no interest in the subject, it could drag you down. I really think I could have my own beehive now and take care of bees after reading this one. The relationship between Claire and Alfred and Claire and her family is intriguing and I did not make the connection with the murderer and the Bee Ladies, until right before the author told it, so that was good. It was a clever read and I liked it well enough. 3.5 cups of cocoa.