Series: Le sang de la vigne

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Treachery in Bordeaux by Jean-Pierre Alaux1
Noces d'or à Yquem by Jean-Pierre Alaux2
Grand Cru Heist by Jean-Pierre Alaux3
Nightmare in Burgundy by Jean-Pierre Alaux4
Flambé in Armagnac by Jean-Pierre Alaux5
Mayhem in Margaux by Jean-Pierre Alaux6
Cognac Conspiracies by Jean-Pierre Alaux7
Montmartre Mysteries by Jean-Pierre Alaux8
Deadly Tasting by Jean-Pierre Alaux9
Ne tirez pas sur le caviste ! by Noël Balen10
Backstabbing in Beaujolais by Jean-Pierre Alaux11
Late Harvest Havoc by Jean-Pierre Alaux12
Red-handed in Romanée-Conti by Jean-Pierre Alaux13
Tainted Tokay by Jean-Pierre Alaux14
Boire et déboires en Val de Loire by Jean-Pierre Alan15
Une bouteille entre deux mers: Le sang de la vigne, tome 16 (Policier) (French Edition) by Noël Balen16
Coup de tonnerre dans les Corbières: Le sang de la vigne, tome 17 (Policier) (French Edition) by Jean-Pierre Alaux17
Nuit d'ivresse en Castille: Le sang de la vigne, tome 18 (Policier) (French Edition) by Noël Balen18
On achève bien les tonneaux: Le sang de la vigne, tome 19 (Policier) (French Edition) by Noël Balen19
Médoc sur ordonnance: Le sang de la vigne, tome 20 (Policier) (French Edition) by Noël Balen20
Massacre à la sulfateuse: Le sang de la vigne, tome 21 (Policier) (French Edition) by Jean-Pierre Alaux21
Crise aiguë dans les Graves: Le sang de la vigne, tome 22 (Policier) (French Edition) by Noël Balen22

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1) Mission à Haut-Brion, 2004 (traduit en anglais: Treachery in Bordeaux)

2) Noces d'or à Yquem, 2004 (traduit en espagnol: Muerte entre los viñedos)

3) Pour qui sonne l'Angélus ?, 2004

4) Cauchemar dans les Côtes de Nuits, 2004

5) Questions d'eau-de-vie ou de mort, 2004

6) Sous la robe de Margaux, 2004

7) Le Dernier Coup de Jarnac, 2004

8) Les Veuves soyeuses, 2004

9) Saint-Pétrus et le saigneur, 2005 (traduit en espagnol: La misteriosa botella de Petrus) (traduit en anglais: Deadly Tasting)

10) Ne tirez pas sur le caviste !, 2005

11) Le vin nouveau n'arrivera pas, 2005

12) Vengeances tardives en Alsace, 2005

13) Flagrant délit à la Romanée-Conti, 2006

14) Buveurs en série, 2006

15) Boire et déboires en Val de Loire, 2006

16) Une bouteille entre deux mers, 2007

17) Coup de tonnerre dans les Corbières, 2007

18) Nuit d'ivresse en Castille, 2011

19) On achève bien les tonneaux, 2012

20) Médoc sur ordonnance, 2012

21) Massacre à la sulfateuse, 2013

22) Crise aigüe dans les Graves, 2013

23) Un coup de rosé bien frappé, 2014

24) Raisin et sentiments, 2016

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