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Blood Vines by Erica Spindler
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Feb 12, 2010

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Often overwhelmed by the hectic pace of our daily lives and with limitless options, choosing the right form of quiet entertainment can be exhausting. Suspense readers want fast-paced excitement bound into one small three hundred plus page package, where they can temporarily leave their lives at the door. “Blood Vines”, Erica Spindler’s newest creation is the perfect mix of suspense and intrigue and with each turn of the page, the real world fades away exceeding our expectations.

Meet Alexandra Clarkson, a beautiful young woman struggling with an incomplete past. Unwilling to accept the possibility that she is virtually alone in the world after the death of her bi-polar mother; Alex is drawn to an obscure clue leading to a dark and dangerous past. Packed with gripping characters and attention-grabbing conflict deep into the heart of California wine country, Spindler has you questioning whether some secrets are best left buried.
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