Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Review: The Sting of Justice

The Sting of Justice The Sting of Justice by Cora Harrison
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Up to #3 in this series, and I'm still enjoying the main character, her dilemnas, and learning about Irish law. I noticed that some of the chapter intros are starting to repeat, but it seems like the rule of marriages and murder repeat in murder mysteries! Makes sense.

The Brehon is called to investigate when a rich silversmith is found dead of bee stings. The people closest to him knew that he was dreadfully allergic to them, yet someone poked a hive with a stick to cause him grief. As always, the Brehon and her crew of male students investigate the issue until the murderer is found.

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