The Wine Tasting in Lisbon

Fiction, Thriller / Crime

Wine contains the truth - and death!
 
The logician Andreas Fechter knows how people smuggle cocaine and how murders can be made to look like accidents. Doctoral student Johanna Breitenbach is supposed to be showing Portuguese vintners how their vineyards can save energy, but in the face of climate change, she considers this task pointless. On the other hand, Nicolas Hollman’s world is just fine. The head of the family has adapted his vineyard on Rio Douro to be both ecological and sustainable. His experienced crew keeps all this running.

Everything would be just fine - if it weren’t for the two murders and the stupid incident during the wine tasting in Lisbon. Neither Breitenbach nor Hollman are willing to just let things rest. However, their opponent remains shrouded in darkness...

Paul Grote

After training as a management assistant in advertising, Paul Grote studied sociology and political science in Hamburg. He spent 15 years living in South America, from were he reported for the press and radio on wine and cookery.

The Wine Tasting in Lisbon

Wine contains the truth - and death!
 
The logician Andreas Fechter knows how people smuggle cocaine and how murders can be made to look like accidents. Doctoral student Johanna Breitenbach is supposed to be showing Portuguese vintners how their vineyards can save energy, but in the face of climate change, she considers this task pointless. On the other hand, Nicolas Hollman’s world is just fine. The head of the family has adapted his vineyard on Rio Douro to be both ecological and sustainable. His experienced crew keeps all this running.

Everything would be just fine - if it weren’t for the two murders and the stupid incident during the wine tasting in Lisbon. Neither Breitenbach nor Hollman are willing to just let things rest. However, their opponent remains shrouded in darkness...

Bibliographic Data
416 pages, ISBN: 978-3-423-21936-5
First published 2020