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Autumn has come to Cedar County. It's harvest time. The trees and vines in the orchards and vineyards are heavy with ripening fruit. For the tourists flocking to the tasting rooms of the region's vineyards, the landscapes and seascapes provide an elaborate tapestry of rich colors and textures.

However, there is one discordant note in this pastoral splendor: The crumpled body of an international wine maven has been discovered in a steeply terraced vineyard of merlot grapes. As Sheriff Ray Elkins quickly discovers, the roots of this crime run from the legendary chateaus of Burgundy to the exclusive watering holes of Chinese billionaires.

©2015 Aaron Stander (P)2016 Aaron Stander

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  • Harry Rybolt
  • 24-10-17

good story

enjoy the book book very much the story develop very well in the characters were Weld set up

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  • CoRo
  • 21-07-17

Ray Elkins takes a wine tour

I really enjoyed this installment of the Sheriff's adventures. I think it's one of Stander's best efforts to date, capturing a good portion of the flavor of the northern Michigan winter country while continuing the evolution of Ray's relationships with the characters in Cedar county, especially the women in his life. I found the narration a touch stilted, but it didn't detract from the experience and I'm looking forward to the next installments.