Brigham's Bees: A Murder Mystery

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I fell in love on page one and could not put this book down. The first exploration of the week, and the first article I would write about Philadelphia, would be about the enormous and ornate Philadelphia City Hall. Chick lit mysteries include Bennett Madison's "Lulu Dark" series ( Order Info ), and the "Scarlett Wakefield" series by Lauren Henderson ( Order Info ). The Independent Mystery Booksellers Association also have a list, The 100 Favorite Mysteries of the 20th Century, which is quite good - straight mystery, and no author listed more than once.

Pages: 230

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; Second Edition edition (January 30, 2013)

ISBN: 1481898760

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