304 pp. Duodecimo [19.5 cm]; black cloth covered boards with red ink stamped title and author on front board and spine; there is a small puncture in the front cover over the authors name. The dust jacket is mildly scuffed with various open and closed tears repaired with scotch tape; the spine is lightly sunned with evidence of water damage at the foredge of the back flap. During the Golden Age of Detective Fiction, author Stanley Vestal writes a great murder myster. The Wine Room Murder tells the story of a a man named George Congreve who assumes the role of detective to find a murderer at a wine tasting gone wrong.