Josiah goes to a fundraiser for abandoned Thoroughbred horses and meets Rudy Lee; whereupon, he tells her a fortune teller at the event prophesied he will be murdered. But while Josiah tells Rudy the fortune is utter nonsense, she can't help shake the notion the fortune teller might be right. Join Josiah in her search for the truth in the "dark and bloody" ground of "Caintuck" where secrets are held tight to one's heart and deep within the dark, foamy soil of its ancient hunting grounds.Books in the Josiah Mystery SeriesDeath By A HoneyBeeDeath By DrowningDeath By BridleDeath By BourbonDeath By LottoDeath by ChocolateDeath by HauntingDeath By DerbyDeath By DesignDeath By MaliceDeath By DramaDeath By StalkingDeath By DeceitDeath By MagicDeath By Shock
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Abigail Keam is an award-winning and Amazon best-selling author who writes the Josiah Reynolds Mystery Series about a Southern beekeeper turned amateur female sleuth. The Last Chance For Love Series tells of strangers who come from all walks of life to the magical Last Chance Motel in Key Largo and get a second chance at rebuilding their lives, and The Princess Maura Fantasy Series. Award-winning author Abigail Keam writes the Mona Moon Mystery Series--a rags-to-riches 1930s mystery series which includes real people and events into the story line. The series is about a cartographer who is broke and counting her pennies when there is a knock at her door. A lawyer, representing her deceased uncle, announces Mona has inherited her uncle's fortune and a horse farm in the Bluegrass. Mona can't believe it. She is now one of the richest women in the country and in the middle of the Great Depression! One thing Miss Abigail loves to do as an author is to write real people and events into her stories. "I am a student of history and love to insert historical information into my mysteries. My goal is to entertain my readers, but if they learn a little something along the way--well, then we are both happy. I certainly learn a lot from my research, and I hope my readers come away with a new appreciation of beekeeping from my Josiah Reynolds Mysteries."