Killer Cuvee: Winemaker Series

Overview

Eric Savage loves his new life as a small artisanal winemaker in Walla Walla, Washington. A painful divorce and a corporate career are but distant memories as Eric settles into the rhythm of small town living. Abruptly, his agreeable life and passion for winemaking are upended by a mysterious murder and accusations that Eric is guilty of the crime. A killer is on the loose, and Eric is the perfect fall guy.
After eluding police, Eric flies to London and the scene of the crime in...
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Overview

Eric Savage loves his new life as a small artisanal winemaker in Walla Walla, Washington. A painful divorce and a corporate career are but distant memories as Eric settles into the rhythm of small town living. Abruptly, his agreeable life and passion for winemaking are upended by a mysterious murder and accusations that Eric is guilty of the crime. A killer is on the loose, and Eric is the perfect fall guy.
After eluding police, Eric flies to London and the scene of the crime in a calculated attempt to find the real killer. There he encounters a determined and attractive FBI Agent who has her own reasons for investigating the murder. An attraction between them flourishes as they team up to find the killer. But as the body-count increases, and the killer eludes them, Eric doubts his life will ever be the same.
Killer Cuvée is a blend of real world winemaking, murder, and romance. Authentic scenes of winemaking will interest anyone who has enjoyed a glass of fine wine.
The Winemaker Series www.thewinemakerseries.com
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780615615899
  • Publisher: Overlake Media
  • Publication date: 8/18/2012
  • Pages: 332
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.69 (d)

Meet the Author

Steve Wells lives in Bellevue, Washington. His formal education includes a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Colorado and an MBA from Seattle University. After a long career in the high-tech industry, Steve decided to give the left side of his brain a rest by studying nonfiction writing at the University of Washington and winemaking at South Seattle Community College, where he received a degree in wine production.
Steve has published several magazine articles and a short book titled Ginger's Story: A Golden Retriever Reflects upon Her Life with Humans. He has also worked in a number of local wineries in the Seattle area.
While not writing, drinking wine, or walking his dogs, Steve is involved with a number of nonprofit organizations in the Seattle area, serving as board chair, volunteer, or consultant. He also likes to hike, bike, and swim.
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