Tuesday, January 21, 2020

Review: A Case for the Winemaker (Ainsley McGregor series Book 1) by Candace Havens

The closer she gets to the truth, the more she finds herself drowning in trouble

It’s an exciting time in Sweet River, Texas, and the whole town is talking. Maybe, a little too much. Former English professor Ainsley McGregor has gambled everything on her new business: Bless Your Art, an artisan market where local artists sell their wares and teach classes.

The bright, white space is filled to the brim with colorful art, yarn, jewelry, pet treats, antiques and even a few medieval weapons. Oh, and there are wine tastings. Everything is better with wine. Ainsley is surprised by how well things are going–right up until the moment her Great Dane finds a dead body. With her friend accused of the murder, it’s up to Ainsley to find the real killer.

As the suspect list grows longer, Ainsley has her work cut out for her. The task is made more difficult by the fact her brother, the sheriff, doesn’t seem to want her help. If she doesn’t wrap up the case soon, she might be the next wine, um, one to die.

My Review:

In a small town, people come together to help each other, even if it's solving a murder.

All Ainsley McGregor wanted to do was start her life over in the small town so Sweet River, Texas, and open her new art gallery.  But when a murder takes place, and her friend Michael is arrested, Ainsley and a group of her friends work together to find the killer.  Will the killer be found before someone else becomes a victim? 

This was a fun mystery.  I liked all of the characters and I had a hard time figuring out who the killer was.  I look forward to the next books in the series. 

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