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  • Wine & Dine series continues to sparkle

    This is the fifth entry in the Wine & Dine mystery series. Emmy Oak caters an event for a good friend, who is a famous TV star in the popular Carefree Hearts soap opera. Unfortunately, soap opera becomes real life as one of the soap's stars is murdered. Emmy and her BFF wrestle with the thought of who would want to murder a beloved TV star. As they start uncovering truths, they both realize things are more complicated and has more twists and turns than any soap opera plot. I absolutely adored this mystery. I've read all the books in this series but this one rises to the top. I love how the author is able to make every character a potential suspect and how the main character was finally able to discover the murderer. I cannot wait for the next book in this series!

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  • Wine & Murder

    There’s another murder in wine country! Emmy Oak has been trying to build up her vineyard and is thrilled to be catering and event for her friend, Carrie who is a famous soap opera star. Unfortunately, as the party is winding down, Emmy finds another soap star dead in the paddock. Since Carrie’s horse is wild, it isn’t apparent that a murder has taken place at first. Emmy’s budding romance with Grant, the local detective unfortunately must take a back seat again. Of course, he wants Emmy to stay out of the investigation for her own safety. This book has a good blend of interesting characters from the rich and famous to the trainer working with the wild horse. I enjoyed this book very much.

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  • Fun, new Emmy story

    A new Emmy Oak story! Carrie, a famous friend of hers, hosts a housewarming party, with Emmy as caterer, and a woman ends up dead. The woman is a celebrity, too, and all signs seem to point to Carrie's husband as the killer. Emmy also suspects him, but she finds and sees things as the days go on that make her question her initial thoughts. Emmy will always investigate a case like this, to help her friends (or herself, in some cases) but more often than not she just winds up in trouble. This was another fun Emmy story, with the usual characters making appearances, and is a great addition to the series.

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  • Love this series

    Death in Wine Country is another wonderful cozy set at the Oak Winery that Emmy is trying to save. At the posh party she is catering, another body turns up. With too many suspects with too many possible motives, Emmy is once again in the midst of the investigation. This is an intriguing complex cozy with great recipes and wonderful characters. Don;t miss it.

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  • Death in wine county.

    Gemm Hallidaty's books are always full of cosy action, adventure and puzzles. This one is NO exception. Loved it.

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