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November 8, 2017 6:30pm–8:00pm

Ellen Crosby – THE VINEYARD VICTIMS Launch Party

One More Page Books

2200 N Westmoreland Street #101

Arlington, Virginia 22213

It’s always a special event when we welcome author Ellen Crosby and especially so when she’s here to launch a new Wine Country mystery! Join us to celebrate THE VINEYARD VICTIMS – enjoy some wine and cake and prepare for a fun evening.

About The VIneyard Victims
When Jamison Vaughn ―Virginia real estate mogul, vineyard owner, and failed US presidential candidate ―drives his gold SUV into a stone pillar at the entrance to Montgomery Estate Vineyard, Lucie Montgomery is certain the crash was deliberate. But everyone else in town is equally sure that Jamie must have lost control of the SUV on a rain-slicked country road. In spite of being saddled with massive campaign debts from the election, Jamie is seemingly the man with the perfect life. What possible reason could he have for committing suicide?

Lucie soon uncovers a connection between Vaughn, his old friends (an elite group of academics), and a twenty-five year old murder of a brilliant PhD student. It turns out that this group all had motives for wanting the scientist dead, but that they were freed from suspicion when a handyman was arrested and convicted of the crime.

But the more Lucie digs, the more convinced she becomes that this could be a case of wrongful conviction ―possibly even a set-up. Lucie realizes she has now put herself in danger from someone who doesn’t want her investigating Webb’s death. She must work to solve two murders―one decades-old, one that proves intensely personal to Lucie ―before someone silences her… for good.

About the Author
ELLEN CROSBY is the author of the Virginia wine country mystery series, which began with The Merlot Murders. She has also written a mystery series featuring international photojournalist Sophie Medina. Previously she worked as a freelance reporter for The Washington Post, as the Moscow correspondent for ABC News Radio, and as an economist at the United States Senate.


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