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  • Intriguing Book for Wine and Murder Mystery Lovers

    I listened to the audio version of Roses, Wine & Murder In the City of Steeples while I walked. I couldn't wait to start each day to see what twist this wine-fueled murder mystery took. (I also made a list of wines to try.) I very much enjoyed the way the narrator created a very distinctive voice for each character which he moved through seamlessly. He was able to build the suspense to the climax very intriguingly.

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  • Roses Wine and Murder

    I was painting and listened to the whole thing at once! It was really awesome I loved learning the different historical facts weaving amid the escapades while unraveling the mystery. I bragged about listening to it for days. So enjoyable it’s a must share!

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  • Highly Entertaining Whodunnit

    Set in coastal New London, CT, Roses, Wine & Murder by Rose Young is a hghly entertaining, cozy-esque tale of poisonous plants, vineyards, and mayhem. Accompany the delightful duo of sweet Roxanne, cultivator of most things green, and her colorful wine aficionado friend Georgi as they sleuth their way into trouble, and you’ll be wanting to grab a glass of wine for the ride. The audiobook version is narrated by Eric Altheide who skillfully portrays each character, both male and female, including various accents, which brings the story to life. Roses is a well crafted whodunnit that will keep you turning the pages if you’re reading or hold your attention if you’re listening. Cheers!

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