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Bookstand Publishing, 2010 - Fiction - 200 pages
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"ICEWINE" is a thriller that is set in Europe and follows the adventures of Alex James, owner of a boutique hotel and gourmet restaurant in London, his girlfriend, a tempestuous Italian wine buyer, and his friend, a wealthy, Egyptian philanthropist and gourmand. The adventure begins when Alex and his friends purchase a vintage bottle of rare German wine at a London auction. The wine is Icewine, a unique wine that can only be produced when grapes freeze on the vine, are immediately picked, and pressed into wine. Their bottle was once the property of Hermann Goring, second in command to Adolf Hitler. By luck, the trio uncovers a microfilm on the underside of the label that was hidden by Goring. The microfilm contains a clue to a fortune he hid during the waning months of the war; a fortune that would be used to begin a new Reich. The trio deciphers the clue and decides to follow where it leads them. All the while, they are being tracked by Nazi killers, who intended to purchase the bottle themselves and will stop at nothing to claim Goring's hidden fortune. The adventure takes them across Europe as they unravel the clues to the fortune, ultimately confronting the Nazi killers and the secret past of Hermann Goring.

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