@2@@20@THE MILLION-SELLING AUTHOR OF @18@THE BLACKHOUSE@19@ AND @18@COFFIN ROAD @19@HANDS FORENSIC SLEUTH ENZO MACLEOD A NEW COLD CASE.@21@@3@@16@@2@GAILLAC, SOUTH-WEST FRANCE. @3@@2@@20@An unsolved case.@21@@3@@2@Gil Petty, America's most celebrated wine critic, is found strung up in a vineyard, dressed in the ceremonial robes of the Order of the Divine Bottle and pickled in wine. @3@@2@@20@An un-cracked code.@21@ @3@@2@For forensic expert Enzo Macleod, the key to this unsolved murder lies in decoding Petty's mysterious reviews - which could make or break a vineyard's reputation. @3@@2@@20@An uncorked criminal.@21@@3@@2@Enzo finds that beneath the tranquil façade of French viticulture lurks a back-stabbing community riddled with rivalry - and someone who is ready to stop him even if they have to kill again.@3@
Peter May was born and raised in Scotland. He was an award-winning journalist at the age of twenty-one and a published novelist at twenty-six. When his first book was adapted as a major drama series for the BCC, he quit journalism and during the high-octane fifteen years that followed, became one of Scotland's most successful television dramatists. He created three prime-time drama series, presided over two of the highest-rated serials in his homeland as script editor and producer, and worked on more than 1,000 episodes of ratings-topping drama before deciding to leave television to return to his first love, writing novels.He has won several literature awards in France, received the USA's Barry Award for The Blackhouse, the first in his internationally bestselling Lewis Trilogy; and in 2014 was awarded the ITV Specsavers Crime Thriller Book Club Best Read of the Year award for Entry Island. Peter now lives in South-West France with his wife, writer Janice Hally.