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Date Published: December 15, 2022


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SUSPENSE, MYSTERY, WINE, and FAMILY DRAMA in this cozy mystery set in
France, number 18 in the series.

Stretched thin between her sisters in the US and her new life in France,
Merle Bennett is feeling the strain of obligations. That is even before
Pascal’s grape harvest goes sideways, her father falls ill, and her older
sister shows up in France unexpectedly. Her son Tristan and sister Stasia
then inexplicably disappear.

Asking questions like ‘how do you make everyone happy’ and ‘do they even
want to be helped,’ Merle muddles through, trying to keep her head above
water and panic at bay. Can she keep hope alive and her seemingly idyllic
life in a French vineyard at least a little bit charming? Is that too much
to ask for?

Join Pascal and Merle for another adventure in France, roaming the
vineyards of the Bordeaux wine region, struggling with things they do not
yet understand. Will the neighbors stop harassing them? Who sabotaged the
harvester? Where are Tristan and Stasia? Can they harvest the grapes before
they spoil on the vines?

This installment of the Bennett Sisters Mysteries follows closely on the
events of Château des Corbeaux, recommended but not required reading

About the Author

Lise McClendon writes fiction in Montana and California. She is the author
of numerous novels, short stories, and articles since her start in 1994. She
has served on the national boards of directors for Mystery Writers of
America and International Association of Crime Writers/North America.
Published by Walker & Co. and St. Martin’s Press, she now runs Thalia
Press. Her bestselling Bennett Sisters Mystery series is now 18 books


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