By Ann Cobb
As traditional Bee and Bess will tickle your humorous bone with their antics. existence at the farm within the Nineteen Forties with Bee and Bess was once a happier and less complicated time, yet by no means dull. The detective group entertains you once more with their wit, attraction, and deductive thinking.
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