Filippo Trantino grows up in Tuscany and later moves to America with his family, leaving his heart among the vines of his family’s wine estate.After he returns home for a funeral, his cousins convince him that Nonno Filippo’s death was not an accident. While solving the crime, Filippo traverses the pastoral landscapes of Tuscany, indulging in the area’s most delicious wine and food, and discovers the life he was always meant to live.Dick Rosano’s A Death In Tuscany is part mystery, part wine tutorial and part romp through Tuscany’s beautiful countryside.
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Dick Rosano is a wine, food, and travel writer with long-running columns in The Washington Post, Wine News, Wine Enthusiast and other magazines. He has five recent books on wine. Wine Heritage: The Story of Italian-American Vintners chronicles centuries of Italian immigration to America which laid the groundwork for the American wine revolution of the 20th century. His new series of mysteries is set in varying regions of Italy, featuring picturesque landscapes, intriguing characters, and the wine, food, and culture of the region. They include Tuscan Blood, Hunting Truffles, and The Secret of Altamura: Nazi Crimes, Italian Treasure. More on www.DickRosanoBooks.com. His travels have taken him to the wine regions of Europe, South America, and the United States. In addition to his writing career, Dick has spent many years managing a highly trained team in global nuclear counter-terrorism.