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The beekeeper's apprentice : or, on the segregation of the queen
Laurie R. King
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Laurie R. King is the bestselling author of "A Darker Place," four contemporary novels featuring Kate Martinelli, and five acclaimed Mary Russell mysteries. She lives in northern California. Her newest book is the ninth one in the Mary Russell mystery series, The Language of Bees. (Publisher Provided) Laurie R. King is a mystery writer. She was born in Watsonville, California. King holds a master's degree in theology. King published a novel, Grave Talent, in 1993 and the book won the Edgar Award for Best First Novel. Since then she has continued to publish approximately a book per year. Her mystery series, the Mary Russell Mysteries, is fequently on the New York Times bestseller list. (Bowker Author Biography)

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main characters Mary Russell
Female
Age: 15
Orphan
Recently orphaned after her parents and younger brother died in a automobile accident which she survived; heir to a sizable estate; lives with her aunt; studying at Oxford; Sherlock Holmes becomes her mentor in the art of private investigating.
Scholar

Sherlock Holmes
Male
Age: 54
Retired
Raising bees during retirement; teaching Mary the art of deduction; tracking down a kidnapped American senator's daughter; confronts a bomber determined to stop Holmes.
Private investigator



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