When a U.S. Senator is found dead in his hotel room in Brazil, Max Ford, a former CIA operative, turned private detective takes notice, not the least because Senator Jeffrey Lance was her friend, but his wife, Allison, was also Maxine’s best friend. Before long Max finds herself up to her neck in deaths, conspiracies and even the “deep state”. With her many connections, within the Government, Maxine Ford has access that most private detectives would die for, but she also knows from past experience that when she starts rocking the boat at this level, people get agitated and that is not good for her health. Sally Fernandez, in the Beekeeper’s Secret (Max Ford Thrillers), brings us a chillingly realistic tale of natural medicine and honey bees versus Big Pharma and the trillions of dollars that are at stake in the battle to “discover” a cure for that most pernicious of diseases – cancer.
If you love conspiracy theories, especially ones that involve the very highest echelons of the US Government, you’ll adore Sally Fernandez’s, The Beekeepers Secret (Max Ford Thrillers). This story is only one of the Max Ford thrillers this author has penned and although the story stands alone as a readable thriller, there is a connection to earlier tales and having read those would be a definite advantage. Fernandez writes with clarity and with clearly well-done research, as she fleshes out a story that has scientific undertones. Her ability to clearly elucidate scientific research to her readers is definitely a winning hallmark of this author’s style. The plot twists and turns, with surprising regularity as the story races to its final conclusion, yet still leaving the door open for the next book in the Max Ford story. I enjoyed the read and would definitely put this author high on my list of excellent thriller writers.