A Fly in Amber

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Three bottles of the Shackleton Scotch have returned to Scotland over 100 years after the failed Antarctic expedition. But how do they taste? Only a group of famed “noses,” that is, chemical engineers, will ever find out. And only one man has the talent to unlock the recipe.

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Published by Wonderland Press
Words: 2,160
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458065803
About Diane R. Thompson

Diane R. Thompson lives with her husband in the wilds of Colorado, where she drives down from the mountains to a military contracting job down on the plains on a daily basis. This leads to two things: one, a love of audiobooks, and two, a lot of crazy ideas for ways to kill her co-workers.

Diane has a love of cooking and has been known to plan her trips around restaurants, goat farms, and all-you-can-pick strawberry fields.

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Review by: Allison M. Dickson on Feb. 25, 2011 :
Knippling is an incredibly versatile author who seems able to tackle pretty much any genre. I have always been fascinated by the mystique surrounding Scotch, but you don't have to be a drinker to enjoy it. Definitely worth the download.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Local Hero Press, LLC on Feb. 21, 2011 :
This story reminds me of the kind of pieces that turn up in the "Probability Zero" section of Analog. It starts a little dry, rather like the scotch in question, I suppose, but has a smooth finish with no lingering nasty aftertaste.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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