From the author of the Sophie Kimball mysteries—a writer, a goat, and a trusty Plott hound must weed out a killer at a New York winery.
Norrie Ellington is a successful screenwriter living in New York City. She’s also been a silent partner for her family’s winery upstate—until her sister and brother-in-law take a year-long sabbatical. With an experienced staff doing the work, Norrie figures Two Witches Winery will run itself while she enjoys the countryside and writes in peace and quiet.
Unfortunately, there’s a sour grape in the town of Penn Yan who doesn’t care for vineyards. Bed and breakfast owner Elsbeth Waters complains to everyone who’ll listen that the local wineries are bad for her business. But when Elsbeth’s body is found on Norrie’s property, the victim of foul play, the screenwriter-turned-vintner dons a sleuthing cap to uncover the identity of a killer who told the B&B proprietress to put a cork in it—permanently . . .
FIRST IN A NEW SERIES!
Praise for A Riesling to Die:
“Well plotted with interesting characters and a humorous thread that kept my interest until the final scene.” —V. M. Burns, author of the Mystery Bookshop Mysteries, R J Franklin Series, Dog Club Mysteries, Fairy Tale Cozies“A real treat. Plenty of suspects and some crazy theories kept me guessing the entire story.” —Escape with Dollycas