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Join us at Vintner's for Wildcat Wine

Register to join Vintner's Book Discussion on Tuesday, April 17 at 7:00 PM at Vintner's Canton Winery (Southwest corner of Joy and Lilley, in the Golden Gate Shopping Center). Our book is:

Wildcat wine by Claire Hamner Matturro — Just when attorney Lillian Belle Rosemay Cleary's hands are full with a psychic client and a Nazi-next-door neighbor, an obnoxious partner in her firm is murdered. Somehow Lilly is dragged into investigating and encounters a world-class assortment of weirdo suspects, all of whom had good reason to want to knock the guy off.

Wine and War at Vintner's

Share both wine and a good mystery for an evening of fun and mayhem at Vintner's Canton Winery located at 8515 N. Lilley Road in Canton. The book being discussed will be Wine and War: The French, The Nazis, and the Battle for France's Greatest Treasure by Don and Petie Kladstrup. When France fell to the Nazis in 1940, the German army began a campaign to pillage one of the assets the French hold most dear: their wine. Please register to join us on February 21st from 7:00-8:00 PM. Books will be available by January 21st, so ask for your copy at the adult reference desk.

Vintner's Wine and Mysteries Book Discussion

Vintner's Wine and Mysteries Book Discussion Group will meet every other month (i.e. even-numbered months) in 2012. The first meeting at Vintner's Canton Winery will be on Tuesday, February 21, 2012 from 7:00-8:00 PM.

Registration is required and will begin on January 21, 2012. The February reading selection will be available for pickup at the Canton Public Library's Help Desk on January 21.

Vintner's Book Discussion Will Not Meet in December

Wine and Mysteries Book Discussion, which meets monthly at Vintners Winery, will not be meeting in the month of December. Have a festive, safe and fun Christmas holiday! A few recommended titles to help you enjoy this season are:

The Christmas cookie club: a novel by Ann Pearlman

Hot toddies: mulled wine, buttered rum, spiced cider, and other soul-warming winter drinks by Christopher O'Hara; photographs by William A. Nash

Join Us For The Billionaire's Vinegar

The billionaire's vinegar: the mystery of the world's most expensive bottle of wine by Benjamin Wallace — Come join us for a discussion this book, which concerns the fraudulent auction of an extremely expensive bottle of wine reputed to belong to Thomas Jefferson. Learn a lot about the history of wine in Europe and America as well! Our discussion runs from 7:00-8:00 PM on Tuesday, November 15th. Register online, and don't forget to ask for the book at Adult Reference.

Vintner's Book Discussion is October 18th

Register and join us for wine and a mystery book discussion on Tuesday, October 18th from 7:00-8:00 PM at Vintners Canton Winery. Drop by the Main Reference Desk to pick up a copy of this month's book:

The night inspector : a novel by Frederick Busch — William Bartholomew, a maimed veteran of the Civil War, returns from the battlefields to New York City a hardened man, bent on reversing his fortunes. This is a gripping portrait of a nation trying to heal from the ravages of war, of the desolation of a people searching for hope in a new age, and of one man's attempts at recapturing a lust for his own life.

Vintners September Book Discussion

Register to join us for a glass of wine and book discussion from 7:00-8:00 PM on Tuesday, September 20th at Vintner's in Canton when we'll discuss The old wine shades: a Richard Jury mystery. The "Old Wine Shades" is the name of a pub where Inspector Richard Jury is told an intriguing tale. This story leads him to investigate the mysterious disappearance of a woman and her autistic son while house hunting in the English countryside. The only clue he has is Mungo, the clever family dog, who disappeared with them and now has returned. Copies of this book are available if you ask!:

The old wine shades: a Richard Jury mystery by Martha Grimes

Wine & Mystery Book Discussion Recess

The Vintner's Wine and Mystery Book Discussion group has recessed for the summer.

Book discussions will resume on Tuesday, September 20, 2011. The Old Wine Shades by Martha Grimes is the September reading selection. Copies of this book will be available after Tuesday, August 23, 2011. Ask at the Adult Reference Desk for a copy.

The group's 2011-2012 book discussion titles and dates will be available here in August.

Join us for "Proof" at Vintner's Winery on June 21st

Our book discussion title is Proof by Dick Francis. Tony, a young wine merchant, is enlisted for his wine tasting expertise to solve a liquor scam. Unfortunately, the liquor scam leads to murder and the total theft of the watered down vintage stock of wine and scotch which was less than "proof". As the story moves from the world of twelve year old scotch to three year old thorougbred horses, Tony is hurled headlong into the path of a murderer's heartless vengeance.
Register to join us from 7:00-8:00PM on Tuesday June 21st at Vintner's Winery, on Lilley, south of Joy Rd. in the Golden Gate Shopping Center. Ask for a copy of the book at the Adult Reference Desk.

Vintner's Book Discussion is April 19th

Join us April 19th from 7:00-8:00PM at Vintner’s Winery for Wine and Mysteries, when we will discuss Killer Summer by Ridley Pearson. Copies of this book are reserved for the discussion and are available at the main Reference Desk. Online registration for Wine and Mysteries is mandatory as space is limited.

Vintner's Book Discussion is March 15th

We will be discussing Death of a Wine Merchant by David Dickinson. This is a British historical mystery set in Victorian England and France with fine prose and a complex plot. A son of the Colvilles, who are wealthy wine merchants, is about to marry the daughter of the even grander Nash family. Immediately after the wedding, the bridegroom’s Uncle Cosmo is found clutching a gun over the body of his brother. He refuses to give any explanation, even to his attorney, who retains Lord Francis Powerscourt to investigate.

Vintner's Winery is located in the Golden Gate Shopping Complex across from Mettetal Airport in the SE corner of Joy and Lilley Rds.

Join us February 15th at Vintner's Book Discussion

Join us to discuss "Chardonnay Charade" on Tuesday, February 15th from 7:00-8:00PM at Vintner’s Winery, but you must register online first for the “Wine and Mysteries” program. Ask at the Reference Desk for a copy of the book. We have many extra copies, but you must ask! Here is a synopsis:

Lucie Montgomery discovers the body of a controversial political candidate in her vineyard and just about everyone is a suspect, including the victim’s husband and lover. As the search for the killer escalates, a second victim surfaces and Lucie must confront her growing romantic feelings for her volatile vintner, Quinn.

Grape Expectations

Please join us on Tuesday, October 19th from 7:00-8:00PM at Vintner's Winery for Grape Expectations, a Pennsylvania Dutch mystery with recipes. In this story, a couple of outsiders have bought an old farm in Mennonite Pennsylvania. They say they want to grow fruit, but their real plan is to start a vineyard and open a winery which will clash with the teetotalling Mennonites. When the vineyard manager is murdered, everyone is a suspect! Please register online for this program and ask a librarian for a copy of the book.

Vintner's Book Discussion — Fall, 2010

Here is the agenda and schedule for our newest book discussion at Vintner's Winery. Come join us for wine and mysteries on the third Tuesday of each month:

September 21st, 7:00-8:00PM for The Merlot Murders by Ellen Crosby

October 19th, 7:00-8:00PM for Grape Expectations by Tamar Myers

November 16th, 7:00-8:00PM for Deadly Vintage by Elaine Flinn

Copies of each book are available one month prior to the corresponding book discussion. Ask at the Adult Reference Desk for your copy.

Vintner's Book Discussion Coming in September!

Please join us on Tuesday, September 21st from 7:00-8:00PM for a combination of wine and murder mystery as we meet at Vintner's Winery to discuss The Merlot Murders by Ellen Crosby. Lucie Montgomery's father dies in a mysterious hunting accident on the family's 500 acre vineyard and her greedy brother, hell-raising sister and cut-rate vintner are all suspects. Lucie must uncover the truth and save the harvest to save the vineyard she loves. Starting September 1st, please register online for this program. Ask today at adult reference for one of our many copies of this book.