bees, honey and other sticky subjects

Tuesday, March 13, 2007

Bees, red herrings and scapegoats on the Eiffel Tower

Kerry tells me about a stitch-up on the Eiffel Tower. It's another book that features -- or maybe doesn't feature -- a bee.

From the blurb, it already seems clear that the bee is a red herring and a scapegoat (picture that!) and that it didn't cause the death of our short-lived heroine on the second floor of the Eiffel Tower. And, any way, if you've ever been up the Tower, you'll wonder why on earth a bee would fly so high in the first place.

The book is: Murder on the Eiffel Tower by Claude Izner from Gallic Books.



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