Murder by the Glass

Murder by the Glass Lynda Wilcox
  • Title: Murder by the Glass
  • Author: Lynda Wilcox
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  • Page: 436
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  • Murder by the Glass Lynda Wilcox Murder by the Glass Merlot loving researcher Verity Long is happily sipping her way through a wine tasting weekend with her crime writer boss happily that is until a fellow guest is murdered in the winery When a storm
    Merlot loving researcher Verity Long is happily sipping her way through a wine tasting weekend with her crime writer boss happily, that is, until a fellow guest is murdered in the winery When a storm isolates them and brings down power and phone lines, Verity forgets bouquets, acidity, and floral top notes to concentrate on catching a killer Unable to contact the policMerlot loving researcher Verity Long is happily sipping her way through a wine tasting weekend with her crime writer boss happily, that is, until a fellow guest is murdered in the winery When a storm isolates them and brings down power and phone lines, Verity forgets bouquets, acidity, and floral top notes to concentrate on catching a killer Unable to contact the police, and with no internet for researching her suspects motives or backgrounds, the amateur sleuth will need to sniff out the killer before there s another murder her own.
    • [AZW] ☆ Murder by the Glass | By ☆ Lynda Wilcox
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      Published :2019-03-20T08:23:04+00:00

    About Lynda Wilcox


    1. Lynda Wilcox s first piece of published writing was a poem in the school magazine In her twenties she wrote Pantomime scripts for Amateur Dramatic groups and was a founder member of The Facts of Life, a foursome who wrote and performed comedy sketches for radio Now she concocts fantasy stories for older children 10 13 and writes funny whodunits for adults.Lynda lives in a small town in England, in an untidy house with four ageing computers and her equally ageing but very supportive husband She enjoys pottering in the garden where she grow brambles, bindweed and nettles along with roses and lilies Oh And slugs Slugs that feed well on everything but the brambles and weeds.Most of all, she loves to write it gets her out of doing the housework She also reads a lot and enjoys good food and wine.


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    1. Once again, researcher Verity Long can t keep her nose out of a murder She s usually reprimanded by her long suffering boyfriend, a detective inspector of police, but this time she s left him behind Verity and her boss, crime writer Kathleen Davenport, are taking part in a wine tasting weekend and, on their first morning, Verity finds the body of another guest With a cast of a dozen, plus the staff, can Verity narrow it down Should she leave it to the police Of course she should, but they can t [...]

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    2. Another fantastic offering from the life of Verity Long and her adventures with her crime writing boss KD This novella is set before the events of Married to Murder and features both KD and Verity in a race against time to identify the killer before they strike again Full of interesting characters all with in depth back stories, although I guessed the motive for the murder early on, I couldn t figure out the culprit until they were caught I was completely on the wrong track A definitely recommen [...]

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    3. Another mystery for Verity Long, this time it s during a wine tasting weekend which she s been somewhat reluctantly dragged to by her bossI m not sure how Verity always manages to be in the wrong place at the wrong time to always be the one to find the body, but yet again she did There are only a few suspects, nobody can leave or arrive can she figure it out before the Major has repaired the radio Before the killer turns on Verity Before the food wine run out I actually guessed the motive killer [...]

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    4. Barely solved it firstThis book was amazing I was convinced I knew who did it through half the book then realized I was wrong and who was really the murderer was just a few pages before her Absolutely love this series I ve read 5 this week If you enjoy cozy mysteries that are funny, witty, and keeps you guessing this is for you.

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