The concrete vineyard is a murder mystery story with elements of urban planning, thrills, twists, and turns that unexpectedly engage the reader from the world they are in. It all began with the suspicious death of an old retired man named Edward Mitchell. He is such a peaceful man, a retired history professor that couldn’t have had any enemies, and so the mystery unravels when Detective Bryan Dee begins to put the pieces together.
The story is well written, and the plot had many components of thrill to it. It was fascinating to keep wondering what was going to happen next. Most of the reason behind the murder was the impending sale of Edwards mansion, a historical building that has been in his family since the late 1700s.
It was easy to like Edward and want justice for what happened. I particularly enjoyed the historical and urban facts about the building and its development. I think it induced richness and a sense of depth to the story.
Detective Bryan Dee isn’t any Sherlock Holmes, but he did have an interesting personality that went along with the storyline.
I recommend this book to murder mystery readers and those who like historical references in their stories.Tweet
Written by Jeyran Main