7 edition of Murder in the Rose City found in the catalog.
by Writers Club Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||240|
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Roses, Wine, & Murder, is a modern-day mystery laced with New England history in the vineyard regions of Connecticut and Long Island, New York. This fast-paced adventure occurs during a Presidential visit to the Coast Guard Academy while a diabolical villain snakes through the labyrinth streets of New London, the City of Steeples.
Roses, Wine & Murder is a modern-day mystery that races through the City of Steeples and roves through posh vineyards by Long Island Sound.
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