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Summary

Archie Andrews tries the new cologne his new girlfriend gave him for his birthday. He goes out to get some food for his birthday party and is later found dead near the vicinity of his apiary.  

With no clues, no suspects, and no idea how he died, the Suffolk constabulary call their consulting lateral-thinking private detective to assist them in their investigation.  

However, John Handful has a conflict of interests. The new girlfriend of the victim happens to be his ex, Kimberley Ashlyn Gere.

©2016 Andrew Hixson (P)2018 Andrew Hixson

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Death is for the dying

This book is a very interesting read and one I could not put down. The story was super fast paced and kept me engaged throughout. There was enough back story that I got a strong sense of who John was, where he had been and how he got to where he was.

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Ok

I found this a bit predictable, I'd worked out half way through who had done it, and how, although the why didnt become clear straight away.

I'd listen to the other books in the series, but only if i had nothing else in my library to listen too
I was given this book in exchange for an honest review