From Publishers Weekly
Oenophiles and fans of CBS's Cold Case
will relish May's slightly far-fetched second outing to feature France-based Scottish sleuth Enzo Macleod (after 2006's Extraordinary People
). When the corpse of powerful American wine critic Gil Petty turned up in southwest France, local cops were perplexed: the body was dressed in the robes of a local fraternal organization and appeared to have been practically pickled in wine. Four years later, shortly after Enzo, who specializes in unsolvable murders, reopens the case, another wine-saturated corpse is found. Petty had made countless enemies in the wine world, and his ex-wife and daughter had few kind words to say about him, but what connects him to the second killing? Enzo's emotional drama with both his daughters and romantic attractions to two charming ladies, plus tidbits about wine production and the art of wine tasting, make this a full-bodied, satisfying read. (Nov.)
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"Another oenophile's tip sheet with the bonus of a finely crafted and surprising mystery." --Kirkus Reviews
"Oenophiles and fans of CBS's Cold Case will relish May's slightly far-fetched second outing... a full-bodied, satisfying read." --Publisher's Weekly
"A sharp edged tale woven with the intricacy of a spider's web. Intelligent, involved, and ingenious." -- Steve Berry, New York Times bestselling author