A Riesling to Die

A Riesling to Die A deadly search for sour grapes Norrie Ellington is a successful screenwriter living in New York City She s also been a silent partner for her family s winery upstate until her sister and brother in

  • Title: A Riesling to Die
  • Author: J.C. Eaton
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  • Page: 480
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  • A deadly search for sour grapes .Norrie Ellington is a successful screenwriter living in New York City She s also been a silent partner for her family s winery upstate until her sister and brother in law take a year long sabbatical With an experienced staff doing the work, Norrie figures Two Witches Winery will run itself while she enjoys the countryside and writes iA deadly search for sour grapes .Norrie Ellington is a successful screenwriter living in New York City She s also been a silent partner for her family s winery upstate until her sister and brother in law take a year long sabbatical With an experienced staff doing the work, Norrie figures Two Witches Winery will run itself while she enjoys the countryside and writes in peace and quiet.Unfortunately, there s a sour grape in the town of Penn Yan who doesn t care for vineyards Bed and breakfast owner Elsbeth Waters complains to everyone who ll listen that the local wineries are bad for her business But when Elsbeth s body is found on Norrie s property, the victim of foul play, the screenwriter turned vintner dons a sleuthing cap to uncover the identity of a killer who told the BB proprietess to put a cork in it permanently .

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  • If I were in upstate New York touring wineries, Two Witches Winery would be one of my stops. The cozy ambiance of the tasting room calls to visitors to sit, sip, and savor samples before making their take-home selections. Protagonist Norris Ellington is actually a successful screenwriter who’s come to oversee the winery while her sister and brother-in-law travel to Costa Rica for a year. Norrie’s inner Nancy Drew kicks in fast when the body of a querulous Bed and Breakfast owner turns up dea [...]


  • A Riesling to Die by J.C. Eaton was a easy cozy mystery that captured my attention from the first.Norrie Ellington is a successful screenwriter and a silent partner in her family's winery. Normally the winery is run by her sister and husband but they are off to Costa Rica for a year and Norrie is guilted into overseeing the winery while they are gone. I liked Norrie although she often struck me as being easily overwhelmed and jumps to conclusions while sleuthing. J. C. Eaton does a fabulous job [...]


  • This is the first in a new series for author team J.C. Eaton. I have not previously read anything by these authors and the synopsis on this books sounded interesting so I decided to give it a try. I liked Norrie for the most part. She is a bit overwhelmed with trying to oversee her family's vineyard and continue her own job as a screenplay writer. She has a good personality and at first was hesitant to investigate the murder the occurred in her vineyards on her own. She quickly gets into sleuthi [...]


  • In J.C. Eaton's A Riesling to Die For, the first installment in the Wine Trail Mysteries Culinary cozy series, this debut new cozy series will knock you socks off and leave you begging for more. For Norrie Ellington, she's a screenplay writer for the Hallmark Channel. When her sister wants her to oversee the Two Witches Winery for her, while she's away in Costa Rica for a year with her husband Jason, Norrie wasn't sure and then decided to give her a helping hand. As she learned the lay of the vi [...]


  • The cover will draw you into the book of a new series. Both animals in the cover, Charlie, a mix breed dog and Alvin, a goat are secondary characters in the book. The characters are well developed and the descriptions of the area will place you there. Norie Ellington, a screenwriter has agreed to take over the family vineyard in Penn San, New York for a year. Upon arrival, Norie meets Elsbeth Waters an owner of a local B&B who complains repeatedly about the vineyards noise. Later Elsbeth's b [...]


  • A Riesling to Die is the debut of The Wine Trail Mysteries series set in the upstate New York town of Penn Yan and featuring screenwriter Norrie Ellington. When her older sister, Francine, lays down a guilt trip and asks Norrie to come oversee the family winery, Two Witches so that she can accompany her husband, Jason, to Costa Rica on a scientific research grant, Norrie reluctantly caves in. With a full staff working at the winery Norrie won't really have to do anything but watch the grapes gro [...]


  • This review fluctuates between 3.50 & 3.75.I really wanted to like it a lot more than I did.The main character had too much happening to really get to know her.It seemed like things went to smoothly, there weren't as many twists and turns that I'd hoped for.I would consider reading another book to give myself a second chance to get more familiar with the author's style.I voluntarily read an ARC of this book provided by the publisher and NetGalley.


  • This is the first of the Wine Trail Mysteries. Having read Eaton's 2 Sophie Kimbell mysteries, I was anxious to read this one.Norrie has reluctantly agreed to oversee the family winery while her sister and brother-in-law take a year to go to Costa Rica to study bugs. Almost upon her arrival, Norrie meets the extremely unpleasant Elsbeth Waters. She's the owner of a B&B down the road, and a royal pain in the butt to business owners all over the area. Less than 24 hours after Norrie is left al [...]


  • THIS is a delightful cozy! Norrie is a screenwriter who takes on the task of running Two Witches Winery while her sister and brother-in-law sleuth formidable insects in Costa Rica. Having spent her childhood at the vineyards, and knowing that she has a great crew to work for her, she believes her screenwriting deadline can be met while just overseeing the fields and processing. But the body of Elspeth Waters, a B & B owner who is known as a constant complainer about EVERYTHING and Everyone i [...]


  • When our protagonist, Norri, is talked into taking over the family winery for a year so that her sister and brother-in-law can take a once-in-a-lifetime fully granted trip looking for a new species of bug, she is very uncomfortable. She never really liked the winery and everything that went into making it work (she has her moments of clutziness), instead making a life and career in the city as a scriptwriter. But she will do great things with her love of family.Then first night alone at the wine [...]


  • Something for everyone Having to take over the family winery was not on the to do list of screen play writer. However there was a once in a lifetime offer for her sister and brother in law who caretake the winery on the day to day, to do bug research. so packed to the gills to live a country life off she goes for a year. Within days she is knee deep in Vines and death. Her simple life flip quickly turns to murder sulthing. This book had everything, auntie mame reference, fifty shades of grey leg [...]


  • I won this book as part of a First Reads giveaway.Norrie Ellington is living in New York as a successful screenwriter when her sister's husband gets offered a grant that requires them to leave for a year and they ask Norrie to be in charge of the family's winery upstate while they are gone. Norrie is nervous but her sister assures her their experienced staff can handle most of the tasks. What they aren't able to handle, however, is murder.I really enjoyed this story. The setting was great and a [...]


  • Interesting debut for the Wine Trail Mystery series…The story starts with screen writer Norrie Ellington agreeing to take over management of the family business, Two Witches Winery, while her sister and brother-in-law move to Costa Rica for a year. The set-up is good, the threads of the mystery become visible at a reasonable pace. Characters are introduced, relationships established. The owner of a B & B is found murdered on the vineyard’s grounds and Norrie’s sleuthing begins, abetted [...]


  • This story is intriguing and keeps you guessing until the end. Norrie is a screenwriter she goes to the winery to help her sister while she and her husband are in Costa Rica on a research grant for a year. Right after they leave there is a body discovered in the vineyard. Norrie starts investigating and pretty soon is in over her head trying to figure out who the killer is. She gets help along the way from some new friends. If you enjoy a good mystery then this book is for you. I look forward to [...]


  • The setting, New York’s Seneca Lake Wine Trail is idyllic, however, there is a tantalizing undertone of deceit. Bright, delightful characters blend with homicide and a sprinkling of lust to draw you in and hold you captive until the last clue is revealed and the killer apprehended. A light, flirty story that leaves your senses begging for another taste.


  • 3 1/2 Stars rounded up. This was a cute first book in a new series. I enjoyed the winery setting for this cozy mystery series and am looking forward to reading the next one. My only complaint is the MC came across a bit melodramatic but otherwise a cute cozy mysteryI won this in a GR giveaway in exchange for a review


  • This was a cute cozy mystery. There were quiet a few twists and turns that kept you interested and wanting a little more. I can't wait to read the second book in this series. Thank you for my copy


  • The writing on this was pretty flimsy. The protagonist’s motivations and drive weren’t convincing enough and the secondary characters fell into pretty broad stereotypes.


  • Fun book. Good mystery, lots of twists and turns. Would have liked it better if the main character wasn't so dumb. Still a good book, though.


  • A wonderful mystery with twists and turns that'll leave you wanting a wine glass (or two) of your own!



  • Another free book from . I loved it. I had the murderer wrong the whole time. I love my guilty pleasure reading of fun mystery books. This one was great!


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