A Taste For Honey by H. F. Heard 1946

A Taste For Honey by H. F. Heard 1946


A TASTE FOR HONEY. (Mr. Mycroft Commemorative Series.) H. F. Heard, Avon, New York, 1946.


  • Pulp Fiction

"A Triumph of Modern Mystery"


"One of the 10 best mysteries of all time." ("Newsweek") Horror strikes when killer bees swarm amok in the seemingly idyllic hamlet of Ashton Clearwater. Even more sinister is the discovery that the angry swarms were programmed to kill by a mad, ingenious apiarist named Heregrove. A Taste for Honey is sure to produce spine-tingling moments of terror for a new generation of mystery lovers.

Some mild surface pressure marks to cover & light creases and a secure binding. About 6-1/2 x 4 with 186 pages.


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