The second book in the Wine County mysteries has 3 separate themes and is a mystery with a tint of paranormal. One is Taylor O'Brien tours to quirky out of the way wineries, the second Mandy involvement with a new age guru and the last another girl is completing with Taylor with the same business and has two vans and many of the wineries and tourist places locked up. Unfortunately, the themes are not brought together to form one tale. Taylor's actions make sheriff look like an idiot.
Taylor is taking a group of investors around a few wineries and at the first one Tim, the owner is showing the group how he makes wine by stirring it twice a day and he turns up a body in the wine. The sheriff arrested Tim for the murder. Mandy Tim's girlfriend is involved with a new-aged guru. The moves fast at this point and take some odd turns. Is Tim guilty of two murder? The ending is different. 
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1 Response to #SEVEN DEADLY ZINS by Nancy Para

  1. bmary8222 says:

    I missed this one.

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