Mysteries With Bees!

by Sandra Murphy

This week we have reviews of 2 mysteries that involve bees-Honey Drop Dead by Laura Childs and Birder She Wrote by Donna Andrews. Details at the end of this post on how to enter to win copies of both the books, with links to purchase them at the end of each review--you may not see the links if you have ad blocker on.

Take the Honey and Run By Jennie Marts: Review/Giveaway/Interview

by Kathleen Costa

Bailey Jeanne Briggs, Bailes to her close friends, is a popular mystery writer and, with her twelve-year-old daughter Daisy and golden retriever Cooper in tow, she’s heading to Humble Hills, Colorado, to visit her near seventy-year-old grandmother Blossom Briggs, loving dubbed Granny Bee, who is currently hobbling in a medical boot. However, the tractor in front of them is impeding their journey, so they worry they’ll being late for Granny Bee’s weekly high tea, a faux pas Granny Bee is unlikely to overlook.

Busy Bees Honey Farm

by Mallory Moad

If you are serious about maintaining healthy eating habits, the central San Joaquin Valley is the place for you. Over 360 different crops are grown right here, and we have direct access to just about all of them. Are we lucky, or what? But if not for one small but mighty creature, we wouldn’t have this bounty. I’m talking about bees.

A Bee in the House In Costa Rica

by Maria Ruiz

I noticed a bee in the house we were renting in Jaco, Costa Rica. I put it outdoors and gave it no more thought. Later that day, I saw another bee flying around the living room. Those were the first two bees I had ever seen inside the house. True, there wasn’t any glass in the windows, but generally bees don’t find the insides of houses have anything to offer them.