SoHo Sins by Richard Vine

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A very dark, very noir crime novel, SoHo Sins by Richard Vine is a satisfying read for fans of the genre. Although the characters, as in most noir crime novels, are not at all warm and fuzzy, they are realistic.
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Portrait in BLOOD


They were the New York art scene’s golden couple — until the day Amanda Oliver was found murdered in her SoHo loft, and her husband Philip confessed to shooting her. But was he a continent away when the trigger was pulled? Art dealer Jackson Wyeth sets out to learn the truth, and uncovers the dangerous secrets lurking beneath the surface of Manhattan’s posh galleries and decadent parties, a world of adultery and madness, of beautiful girls growing up too fast and men making fortunes and losing their minds. But even the worst the art world can imagine will seem tame when the final shattering sin is revealed...
 

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Born and raised in the Finger Lakes region of upstate New York, Richard Vine began his wine-making career in 1958 at the Pleasant Valley Wine Company (Great Western) in Hammondsport. While first a cellar worker and then a laboratory technician, he was promoted to winemaker and assumed responsibility for more than six million bottles of annual wine production. In 1977, Vine accepted a research position at Mississippi State University, where he earned his baccalaureate and doctorate degrees while also writing the first of four academic wine books. Purdue University gave Dr. Vine the call in 1991 to fill their initial professor of enology position. In 1999, Purdue dedicated a wine library in his name at the Philip E. Nelson Hall of Food Science. During his university tenures, he was also the wine consultant for American Airlines for twenty-one years.
 
Published July 19, 2016 by Hard Case Crime. 352 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Crime, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Reviewed by D. R. Meredith on Jul 30 2016

A very dark, very noir crime novel, SoHo Sins by Richard Vine is a satisfying read for fans of the genre. Although the characters, as in most noir crime novels, are not at all warm and fuzzy, they are realistic.

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