Pinot Grigio Wasn’t in the Will

Fiction, Thriller / Crime

Wine, men and evil

The legendary South Tyrolean winemaker Franz Karling suffers a heart attack while diving in the Red Sea. However, his daughter suspects he didn’t die of natural causes, and she confides her doubts to the photographer Frank Gatow, who is currently staying at the Karling Vineyard to do research for his forthcoming illustrated history of South Tyrolean vineyards. Once Gatow witnesses the volatile fights between the heirs in the Karling home, the daughter’s suspicion of murder no longer seems quite so absurd.

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.

Pinot Grigio Wasn’t in the Will

Wine, men and evil

The legendary South Tyrolean winemaker Franz Karling suffers a heart attack while diving in the Red Sea. However, his daughter suspects he didn’t die of natural causes, and she confides her doubts to the photographer Frank Gatow, who is currently staying at the Karling Vineyard to do research for his forthcoming illustrated history of South Tyrolean vineyards. Once Gatow witnesses the volatile fights between the heirs in the Karling home, the daughter’s suspicion of murder no longer seems quite so absurd.

Bibliographic Data
448 pages, ISBN: 978-3-423-21740-8
First published 2018