Monday, April 17, 2017

Review: Decanting a Murder by Nadine Nettman

Katie is in a funk. She choked on her Sommelier test and her dreams seem farther off now.  To take her mind off it, she goes to a party at the Winery where her best friend, Tessa, works.

When Tessa's boss is murdered at the party and tessa is a prime suspect, Katie works with the detective on the case to clear her friend's name.

Each chapter lists a wine pairing and the knowledge of wine is fascinating.  Katie is very likable and a smart sleuth who has a good balance of sense and confidence.  Her friend Tessa, on the other hand, seemed like a flake and got on my nerves a few times.

A well deserved Agatha Award nominee.

Very fun book!


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