At lawyer Danny Roth's Los Angeles mansion, a world-class heist cleans out his impressive wine cellar. Enter Sam Levitt, former lawyer and wine connoisseur, who follows the leads to Bordeaux and Provence. Making a foray into crime fiction, the author of A Year in Provence threads his plot with France's sensory delights—from a fine Lynch-Bages to the bouillabaisse of Marseille—and eventually, Levitt might just stop enjoying himself long enough to catch a thief.
"A smooth ride you'll enjoy from beginning to end…. The vintages are a fine complement to the action."—Washington Post