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Murder on the Vine by Camilla Trinchieri
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Aug 08, 2023 | ISBN 9781641294836

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Praise for Murder on the Vine

“If you enjoy both Stanley Tucci’s Searching for Italy and Murder She Wrote, then read Murder on the Vine by Camilla Trinchieri. Delicious Italian food and wine wrapped up in a vibrant mystery complete with a dogged ex-NYPD detective and a loyal dog. Salute!”
—Carlene O’Connor, USA Today Bestselling author of the Irish Village mysteries

“Along with the mystery itself, the primary appeal here comes from a blend of the
picturesque setting, the endearing cast (including the Dante-quoting sage Gogol and Nico’s adorable dog, OneWag), and, of course, the delicious meals (there’s seemingly one served after every suspect is interviewed). Fans of food-forward international mysteries, including Martin Walker’s Bruno Courrégges series set in the Dordogne region of France, will find much to enjoy here.” 

“Excellent . . . Rabelaisian feasts provide seasoning as the action builds to a festive, celebratory bar gala. Trinchieri makes crime solving adventuresome, fun, and flavorful. This is the best in the series so far. Bring on number four.”
Publishers Weekly, Starred Review

“Fans of David P. Wagner’s Italian mysteries will appreciate the lush descriptions of food and wine in Trinchieri’s third atmospheric “Tuscan Mystery.” The complicated personal relationships (helpfully elucidated in the book’s list of characters) add to the enjoyment.”
Library Journal

“Camilla Trinchieri, the Italian Agatha Christie . . . Murder on the Vine is a character-driven slow burner with an extremely unique setting that is as three-dimensional as the written language will allow. Likable, friendly characters; delicious foods and beverages; beautiful countryside; and tourist attractions rich with history and culture will compel readers to revisit the Tuscan Mystery series. Like its predecessors, Murder on the Vine ends on a high note with a large celebration. I pray this means that this wonderfully delicious series will continue to thrive on the vine.”
Gumshoe Review

“Smoothly written by a bilingual author and braided with neatly woven clues and red herrings, Murder on the Vine is a delightful transport into community and culture, and provides just enough risk to make the final exposure and wrap-up highly satisfying to all—even to Nico’s dog OneWag . . . Series readers will appreciate meeting their old friends again; newcomers to Trinchieri’s mysteries can slide right into the novel.”
—Kingdom Books

“A clever, colorful cozy with a decidedly Italian flavor.”
Kirkus Reviews

Praise for the Tuscan Mystery series

“Just the ticket for anyone wanting to escape to Bella Italia with an engaging and entertaining mystery.”
—David Hewson, author of the bestselling Nic Costa series and The Garden of Angels
“With a simpatico protagonist, a cast of sometimes quirky characters, and the ever-present aromas of Tuscan dishes, what’s not to like?”
—David P. Wagner, author of the Rick Montoya Italian mysteries

“If Agatha Christie had been Italian, she might’ve written a mystery like The Bitter Taste of Murder . . . This novel has a beautifully delicious, celebratory ending that made me want to return to Italy in the next installment of Camilla Trinchieri’s expertly written Tuscan Mystery series.”
Gumshoe Review

“Lush with descriptions of wine country and filled with fascinating details of life in Italy, Murder in Chianti is the perfect read for all seeking an outdoors escape through fiction.”

“[A] vibrant mystery . . . Enticing descriptions of food and wines, an introspective protagonist with an unusual background, and an intricate plot that weaves its way amid past peccadillos combine to make this a winner. Readers will eagerly await Trinchieri’s next.”
Publishers Weekly

“An engaging procedural that introduces a delightful cast readers will want to spend more time with . . . The solution Trinchieri provides will surprise and satisfy.”
Kirkus Reviews

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