Terrence Bailey awakes one night to find his mother-in-law standing in a corner of his bedroom.
The only problem is that his mother-in-law has been dead for seven years.
Several weeks later Terrence dies of a heart attack . . . or does he?
Josiah's nose starts twitching in a bad way when Terrence goes to the "Great Beyond" and she thinks his death has something to do with Jean Louis, an internationally-known portrait artist who has come to the Bluegrass to paint Lady Elsmere's portrait.
She just doesn't like Jean Louis and does some digging on him. What she finds will involve Detective Goetz and almost get her daughter, Asa, shot.
Again, Josiah blames the black earth of Kentucky for spitting back secrets that should have remained buried in the dark and bloody ground.
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About the Author
Miss Abigail also writes the Last Chance For Romance Series. This is an inspirational series where people with problems visit the Last Chance Motel in Key Largo in desperate attempts to change their lives. There are many happy-ever-afters in these sweet and magical tales of love and redemption.
In addition, she has an epic fantasy series for those who like to read action/adventure - The Princess Maura Tales. Princess Maura must fight to keep her throne and save her people, even if it means destroying the man she loves.
DEATH BY A HONEYBEE won the 2010 Gold Medal Award for Women's Lit from Reader's Favorite and was a Finalist of the USA BOOK NEWS-Best Books of 2011.
DEATH BY DROWNING won the Reader's Favorite 2011 Gold Medal Award for Best Mystery Sleuth and also was placed on the USA BOOK NEWS-Best Books of 2011 as a Finalist.
Miss Abigail is also an award-winning beekeeper who has won 16 awards at the Kentucky State Fair including the Barbara Horn Award which is given to beekeepers who rate a perfect 100 in a honey competition. Like her protagonist, Josiah Reynolds, she was a professional beekeeper and sold honey at a local farmers' market for years.
She currently lives on the Kentucky River Palisades in a metal house with her husband and various critters. She still has honeybees.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I thought it was slow reading, an a little disappointing. Time to move on.
I don't think you can call this a book. Ms. Keam should be ashamed to put her name on this loose collection of bad writing. No plot development. No character development. The voice changed from first person to third person in the same paragraph. One "chapter" contained six sentences only. I am disappointed and will not be buying anymore of her books.
I really enjoyed this book. Just wish they were longer. Can't wait for the next one. I have read the whole series and loved them all.