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Spotlight and Giveaway – To Kill a Hummingbird by J. R. Ripley

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For Amy Simms, owner of Birds & Bees, nothing is more important than impressing her old professor, but this odd bird is about to fall to earth . . .

When her favorite ornithology professor comes calling, Birds & Bees owner Amy Simms hangs six hummingbird feeders around the shop to welcome Professor Livingston with a flock of his favorite flying creatures. But Amy soon finds that the sugar water in the feeders brings more than a swarm of hummingbirds. It also attracts murder.

Professor Livingston is just as friendly as Amy remembers, but something seems to be troubling him. When Amy pays him a visit that night, she finds the professor slumped over a table with a pair of scissors buried in his neck. And standing over his body is Rose Smith, the local bookseller, who claims she killed him. But while the police believe they have a bird…

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3 thoughts on “Spotlight and Giveaway – To Kill a Hummingbird by J. R. Ripley

  1. Thank you for hosting J.R. Ripley’s latest book on your blog. It is always interesting to see how a bird fact is worked into the title. I am looking forward to reading it. robeader53(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  2. This sounds like such an interesting book. I also love the title of it. I really hope I get the chance to read it sometime soon as I believe I would really enjoy it.

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