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"A wonderfully clever, charming, and addictive series."
— David Morrell, New York Times bestselling author of Murder as a Fine Art.
Rachel Wilder's first mistake was agreeing to dig up information on renowned birder Guy Saxby. Her second was involving her friend Dorothy MacBean. How could she have predicted the two would fall head-over-heels in love? Rachel's even more surprised when he becomes the prime suspect in the murder of his protégé—whose startling exposé would have upstaged his mentor's research on the painted bunting's prime habitat. But working to clear his name and unravel this mess, Rachel begins to wonder if—like the painted bunting—Saxby really did kill another male who was encroaching upon his turf...