Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Review: Uncorking a Lie by Nadine Nettmann

Katie is studying to be a Sommelier while working at a trendy restaurant.  One of the men she knows as a customer, invites her to a dinner party where he will be opening a rare bottle of wine he has acquired at an auction.  Only there is something wrong with the wine and his assistant dies mysteriously during the dinner.  Katie investigates and uncovers a counterfeit wine ring.

This is the second in the series and I thoroughly enjoyed the first as well (which was an Agatha Nominee).  Katie is an interesting character who is smart and knows her wine inside and out.  I love the wine info and I enjoy her burgeoning relationship with Dean from the first book.

I found this one just as great as the first and look forward to the next one.

The only thing I missed in this, is not enough Tessa (her best friend)!

Terri

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