Book: Vintage Murder - A Wine Salesman Mystery (Volume 1) by Jim Wheat
|5 stars based on the 3 most helpful Amazon reviews|
Jim Wheatabout this book: For eighteen years of my life, I spent selling and promoting Wines. During that time, numerous events happened and I often found myself shaking my head and laughing. I was always a big mystery buff, so in my 'A Wine Salesman Mystery' series I decided to combined the two things I new the most about, Wine and Mysteries.
Accidentally I discovered a Font style I liked because it was easy to read. It was larger than Mass Market Paperback fonts, but not considered Large Print. I found this print size seemed to make the pages turn faster and I was enjoying reading the story and not constantly trying to keep my place. This new style helps keep the excitement going.
My stories are about a wine salesman by the name of TJ and his experiences as a wine representative for a large Texas Wine Distributor. He likes drinking wine and selling wine. However, since he found one of his customers dead his job description has changed. He now has to solve this murder to keep his self out of jail. He must juggle the police, his crazy Italian sales manager and his new roommate who cooks and parties all the time. Can he survive the bad luck that seems to follow him around?
All my books contain wine trivia as well as describing in detailing wine information from around the world. The time frame of my book is in the 70' and takes place in the Dallas area. I describe businesses and locations that in most cases have disappeared into the past, but not in my memory. The books are light hearted mysteries and when you finish one, you will not find yourself with chill bumps and hair standing on end. Enjoy.
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