Stingers by John Maffia
If you were to ask Dr. Gene Feldman why he wasn’t working, he would tell you he was on a sabbatical. In reality, he was suspended from the Emergency Department because someone died while in his care. When he discovers that his patient was one of many who recently succumbed to killer bee stings, it could turn out to be his salvation. As he begins a study in an attempt to clear his name, deaths from bee stings continue to increase.
During his investigation, Gene teams up with entomologist Dr. Lucy Benton, where together they discover that these bees—far from ordinary—seem to demonstrate extreme intelligence. What’s worse, the authorities have located over a dozen massive hives along the east coast, and it appears the bees are getting ready for an assault. Now, along with the Army and National Guard, Lucy and Gene formulate a plan to destroy all the hives in one coordinated attack. And they have to do it before the bees realize what is about to happen to them.
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Five Star Review on Amazon By A. Venuto
I really enjoyed this story. I just had to keep reading to find out was going on. Stayed up longer than I meant to a couple of nights because the suspense was killing me. Plus, it had just the right amount creepy factor…Not too much, but just enough that if you are afraid of bees, it will make you a little squirmy. Lots of fun!
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