Roses, Wine & Murder - In the City of Steeples

A gripping, madcap adventure laced with N.E. history, wine dinners, & poisonous plants on the shores of Long Island Sound. Roxanne is targeted after a wealthy wine connoisseur is found dead in her city garden. The U.S. President is arriving during the mayhem and murder, and Detective Morrison has too many suspects. This fast-paced, twisting modern-day tale has plenty of flair and foul play. More

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About Rose Young

Born in the wilds of Maine, I moved to Boston to attend the New England School of Art & Design and I became a landscape designer for beautiful homes around Concord, MA. With my background in plants and horticulture, I wrote this murder-mystery including poisonous plants, vineyards, and wine! I peg a diabolical killer against a handsome detective and endearing sleuths, Roxanne and Georgi.
I live in a historic area of Connecticut, and so I include bits of New England history and architecture as we travel through posh vineyards and a labyrinth of city streets. I've enjoyed investigating New London and Southeast, CT locations. I learned about wine and food pairings and the Presidential visits to the Coast Guard Academy. I traveled by ferry across Long Island Sound to Orient Point and the vineyards there to enhance the story. I love to do the research to explore my characters so I may enhance their personalities with their knowledge. Inspirational, educational and a dynamic story is how I like to entertain the reader. I look forward to hearing from you with your reviews. Thank you for connecting with me! All the Best to You, Rose
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This book trailer highlights the locations and scenery of this New England mystery, a twisting, turning tale told with wit and humor about villains and sweet-hearted people who venture to solve the dilemma among wine and gardens on the shores of Long Island Sound.

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