#PINOT RED OR DEAD? by J. C. Eaton


The third book in the Wind Trail mysteries is an excellent addition to the series. Norrie Ellington is setting up the Two Witches Winery for the annual Deck The Hall Christmas Festival schedule for the weekend. She learns of a hijacked truck. The robberies took only the Pinot noir. The next day the vat of Pinot at the winery is damaged. The other wineries also have experienced damage to the Pinot supplies making the Wind hard to find and allowing a higher price and demand for the wine.

A body is found at the edge of Two Witches and Grey Egret properties. The sheriff office feels it is a hunting accident. The story has several twists and turns and there are red herrings before the answer is determined. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS BOOK AND SERIES.

Disclosure: Thanks to Lyrical Underground for a copy through NetGalley. The opinions expressed are my own.

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1 Response to #PINOT RED OR DEAD? by J. C. Eaton

  1. lghiggins says:

    The characters in this series always try so hard, and I’m always hoping things work out for them. It’s hard to run a small business with so many variables. And that isn’t counting unexplained murders!

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