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Aged for Acrimony (A Tuscan Vineyard Cozy Mystery) is book six in a charming new cozy mystery series by number-one best-selling author Fiona Grace, author of Murder in the Manor (Book One), a number-one best seller with over 100 five-star reviews - and a free download!
Olivia Glass, 34, turns her back on her life as a high-powered executive in Chicago and relocates to Tuscany, determined to start a new, simpler life - and to grow her own vineyard.
Spring is in the air, and Olivia is beyond excited to finally debut her home-grown wine at a major wine festival. The festival draws people from all over Tuscany, and Olivia wonders if this will be her big break - until a customer, fighting over the last bottle of her wine, ends up killed.
Can Olivia, stuck in the middle of it all, clear her name?
Hilarious, packed with travel, food, wine, twists and turns, romance, and her newfound animal friend - and centering around a baffling small-town murder that Olivia must solve - the Tuscan Vineyard is an un-putdownable mystery series that will keep you laughing late into the night.
Book seven in the series will be available soon!
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- JC photog
waiting for more
I am wondering how the series will end. waiting to purchase the next book
I enjoy listen. the story line is the same in all the books but still waiting for more.
- Amazon Customer
While, I typically love Fiona Grace's stories, there seem to be lack of growth for the main character Olivia which is very apparent in this book.. After six books, listening to the character going on and on about the same self-esteem and overly anxious worrying about everything began to annoy me. If the author had changed the type of personal issues or trimmed down the internal dialogue of "Oliva, worry and self doubt" the novel would have been so much better!