Murder in the Napa Valley (2020)

Murder in the Napa Valley The bestselling author of Murder on the Chesapeake is back with another mystery featuring his hang gliding hot air ballooning fifty something amateur sleuth Margaret Barlow who this time ends up o
  • Title: Murder in the Napa Valley
  • Author: David Osborn
  • ISBN: 9780671704872
  • Page: 240
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Murder in the Napa Valley
    The bestselling author of Murder on the Chesapeake is back with another mystery featuring his hang gliding, hot air ballooning, fifty something amateur sleuth, Margaret Barlow, who this time ends up on the trail of a murderer at a Napa Valley winery Targeted mailings.
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    One Reply to “Murder in the Napa Valley”

    1. There s something magical about reading a novel where the plot is set in a place where you ve visited Your own memories and the fictional situation become blended in a vivid tapestry of delightful self delusion, a suspended disbelief ne plus ultra So, even though I d never read a mystery novel with Osborn s Margaret Barlow before, I picked up Murder in the Napa Valley expecting to renew my acquaintance with the beautiful California geography where my former company used to hold retreats The enti [...]

    2. For those of us who live in wine country, touring local wineries can be a great pastime Vintners and wine makers inhabit a unique world where agriculture, chemistry, and artistry converge to create thousands of variations on a theme Deeply knowledgeable about arcane subjects, from bacteria to the history of Europe, the people behind the tasting counters are fun to chat with Local musicians often perform on the weekends for special events, which may include fabulous food to pair with the wines, a [...]

    3. OK, I didn t exactly read this all the way through The first person narative started really getting on my nerves so I skimmed the second half Even dipping in for just the exciting parts this book fell flat I really liked the first book in this series But it was a book on tape and I was packing for a move so it might have just fit the occasion Still, learned a little about wine harvesting.

    4. OK mystery.Heroine, older woman, Margaret Barlow, doing research on a winery.Lots of gruesome murders.Try to put winemakers out of business.Family problems.

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