In the Garden of Eden

In the Garden of Eden : A Detective Marcus Jefferson Novel

By (author) 

Free delivery worldwide

Available. Dispatched from the UK in 3 business days
When will my order arrive?


Eden Montague has one of the largest wholesale nurseries in Washington State. She is renown or the bushes, flowers, and trees produced by her growers. She also markets some of the finest honey in the northwest. But people are dying from a certain kind of the sweetener called 'Mad Honey, ' the result of bumblebees pollinating rhododendrons and azaleas., plants known in the northwest to be poisonous.
Detective Marc Jefferson wants to end the carnage created by twin female assassins he encountered aboard a cruise ship. They may have used the honey to kill people and tried to end his life. Is there a connection?
As he uncovers the trail of death and discovers the source, a panic sets into Eden as she attempts to extricate her farm from suspicion. Is she the person responsible or has someone misused her bees and rhododendrons for malicious intentions?
Various police entities unravel threads of intrigue as they discover the real culprits and attempt to halt the carnage. Once again Marc works to keep his family safe as forces try to end his reign of terror against evildoers.
show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 282 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 15mm | 381g
  • English
  • 0988647176
  • 9780988647176

Review quote

Another intense mystery from one of the Pacific Northwest's best crime writers. JW Capek, author of 'The Deerwhere Awakening'

"The latest novel by Peter Stockwell is the best story in the series about detective Marcus Jefferson and his war with a drug cartel. "In the Garden of Eden" is a page-turner with continuing twists and turns, making it hard to put down. Filled with tension and visual stimuli, readers intently follow the Jefferson family as they battle to maintain safety and survival. Detective work runs strong in the blood of each Jefferson as they work together sifting through elusive clues to an unexpected conclusion."
- RJ Bauer, author, and poet

Peter Stockwell continues to provide a voracious audience of readers with an exceptional story of intrigue and mystery. Well worth reading.
Speculative Fiction Author Renee Meland

As Detective Marc Jefferson unravels another paradox of mystery, readers hold to every word Peter Stockwell writes.
S. L. Brown, author of 'Just a Thought'
show more