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Like other books of the series, there is more than one mystery to be solved. The action is primarily in Provence with occasional excursions to Paris. The sense of place adds to the enjoyment for me. The cast of characters is large, but as I progress through the series I find that to be less confusing because many of them are continuing characters and they are familiar.
There are life changes for the characters so reading the series in order is perhaps advisable. The pacing is good and the story is sufficiently complex to hold your interest. The violence is not described in gruesome, graphic detail.
There is romance, but no graphic sex scenes. Most of the swearing is in French and it is unlikely to offend you.
I will be glad to read another one of this series. Really like this author. Am always on the lookout for mysteries and detectives in other countries. I enjoy the discussion of wine and good food and the complex nature of the main character, Verlaque's relationships. All good writers and it is fun to see how each lives in his country with the various complexities of the job with family or friends.
Death In The Vines : A Verlaque and Bonnet Mystery
Charming characters living in Aix en Provence in southern France make an interesting mystery story. The French police have a different view of life compared to American police. Would an American policeman get "get beat up" by his co-workers if he admitted a love of opera? The Pipe Club with one female member has a number of quirky and interesting attendees.
You will know you are not in the USA. Give this series a chance. I like this author who warns us when violence is near.
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Verified Purchase. An intriguing mystery with a great deal of wine education mixed in, the mystery series is enjoyable and intriguing. The combination of elegant dining and tasting tips with an exciting murder investigation made it very hard to put down.
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Longworth uses description—of food, of place, of character—as a huge narrative strength. Vines is worth sinking into with a good glass of wine. See more coverage of new releases in our Fresh Meat series.
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