The Vintner’s Luck

Literature & Fiction

Author: Elizabeth Knox

An alternate cover of this ISBN can be found here.”A week after midsummer, when the festival fires were cold, and decent people were in bed an hour after sunset, not lying dry-mouthed in dark rooms at midday, a young man named Sobran Jodeau stole two of the freshly bottled wines to baptize the first real sorrow of his life.” The year is 1808, the place Burgundy, France. A….Read More

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