A Sip Before Dying

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When Emmy Oak came home to save her family winery, she didn't expect to find a dead VIP in her wine cellar—poisoned by a glass of Emmy's wine! Now she's determined to save her winery's reputation by finding the real killer. Even if she has to go head-to-head with the sexy local Detective Grant, Emmy vows to find out just which of the wine country elite poisoned the victim's vintage! More

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About Gemma Halliday

Gemma Halliday is the New York Times, and USA Today bestselling author of several cozy mystery and suspense thriller novels. Gemma's books have received numerous awards, including a Golden Heart, two National Reader's Choice awards, a RONE award for best mystery, and three RITA nominations. She currently lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with her large, loud, and loving family.

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About the Series: Wine & Dine Mysteries
The Oak Valley Vineyard has been in Emmy Oak's family for generations. So when the small Sonoma winery is suddenly in financial trouble and in danger of being gobbled up by the corporate giants, Emmy moves home to try to save her legacy with her modern culinary know-how. What she doesn't expect is murder, mayhem, and possibly a little romance...

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Bev Reviews "A Sip Before Dying"
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Beverlyn Kephart reviews "A Sip Before Dying" by Gemma Halliday. 5-Stars ***** Bev reviews books for TrahpekMedia
Andre Michael Pietroschek reviewed on July 18, 2020

"A Sip Before Dying" by Gemma Halliday, to me, was boring and lengthy crime fiction. I won't downvote it, as tastes vary and the author does a solid job. But it was really just a simple "whodunit" (Who is the killer?).

The format, prose, and grammar are certainly no problem. The readers do get dialogues and clues, also a clear impression about how the characters are faring.

I found the failure in having no clue (the author) on what entertains about reading it. To me it was not cozy, and not interesting. So, 3 stars in my own opinion, but not being ungrateful for the free copy I received via #Smashwords, I vote it 5 stars, so other readers can evaluate it themselves (instead of having "to believe" me).
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