The Name of the Rosé (Rose Avenue Wine Club Mystery #3) (Mass Market)
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Other Books in Series
This is book number 3 in the Rose Avenue Wine Club Mystery series.
- #1: Full Bodied Murder (Rose Avenue Wine Club Mystery #1) (Mass Market): Email or call for price.
- #2: Murder Most Fermented (Rose Avenue Wine Club Mystery #2) (Mass Market): Email or call for price.
- #4: Clarets of Fire (Rose Avenue Wine Club Mystery #4) (Mass Market): Email or call for price.
The ladies of the Wine Club take a break from sipping their rosé to put a cork in murder. . .
Annie "Halsey" Hall could get used to this—sitting around the pool in her backyard in Southern California, savoring the latest wine flights with the ladies of the Rose Avenue Wine Club: her best friend Sally, frozen yogurt shop owner Aimee, widow Peggy, and their newest member, journalist Mary Anne. Even Bardot, Halsey’s yellow lab, is in attendance, eyeing the pool as if contemplating a dive.
But the peaceful pleasure of the afternoon is soon shattered by the boom of a small plane crash at nearby Santa Monica Airport. Sometime later, a sour-faced detective shows up, holding a package of illegal drugs found on the plane—with Sally's address on it! Being suspected of drug smuggling is bad enough, but when a young mechanic who works at the airport is found murdered, the club springs into action. To get their investigation off the ground, they're going to have to wing it, but they're determined to unmask a killer . . .
About the Author
Christine E. Blum was born in Shaker Heights, Ohio. At the age of seven, her parents moved to Europe and luckily took her with them. Christine grew up in Paris, Brussels, and finally London, and along the way developed her unique brand of humor. She lives in Southern California where she’s allowed to share a house and pool with her famous yellow Lab, Bardot, who just happens to be able to dive 10’ underwater, has appeared on Animal Planet, and was featured in the New York Times bestseller, Underwater Dogs. When not signing paw-tographs, she can be found lounging by the pool and solving murders. Readers can visit Christine’s website at christineeblum.com.