The Critic by Peter May
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Gil Petty, the world’s number one wine critic, went missing during a tasting tour of the little-known wine region of Gaillac. Four years ago, his body was discovered strung up on a cross in the vineyards of southwest France.
 

About Peter May

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Peter May won the Scottish Young Journalist of the Year Award at 21 and had his first novel published at 26. He went on to become a successful Scottish television dramatist. He lives in France with his wife Janice Halley.
 
Published November 15, 2007 by Poisoned Pen Press. 392 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Crime. Fiction

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the sadistic Duke of ''The Duchess of Padua.'' He is merely a troublemaker in ''Lady Windermere's Fan,'' Wilde's first theatrical success, but he is a vicious cad in ''A Woman of No Importance.'' By the time of ''An Ideal Husband,'' Wilde's penultimate comedy, this silver- and double-tongued fell...

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Though at midsummer we seemed to be slogging through the worst set of studio films in movie history, the year's high points happily balanced its losses.

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I see something very pert and very affected.'' Exaggerated, vulgar, affected: Those have been the hallmarks of most screen adaptations of Bronte novels, with Hollywood mangling and softening Charlotte's strong-minded ''Jane Eyre'' and Emily's inexhaustibly rich and fierce ''Wuthering Heights.'' B...

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