Michael Böckler has made a name for himself as a crime writer. In his novels, he combines exciting cases with tourist and culinary details while his special focus is on regional wine. He studied communication, works as a journalist and lives in Munich.
DEADLY AFTERTASTE: A WINE-FLAVOURED WHODUNNIT FROM SOUTH TYROL
What on earth are you supposed to do with unused Second World War bunkers? Store wine in them, of course! Baron Emilio thinks it’s a good idea. He’s more than ready to accompany the attractive art photographer Tilda Kneissl on her excursions for a photo album on the South Tyrolean bunkers, especially if it means there's a good drop of wine to enjoy along the way. However, on their travels they come across something considerably less pleasant in a bunker in Vinschgau: the mummified remains of a young woman. Who is she and who had cause to get rid of her?