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Janet Dailey
Publisher: (January 25, 2010)
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Janet Anne Haradon Dailey (May 21, 1944 – December 14, 2013) was an American author of numerous romance novels as Janet Dailey (her married name). Dailey was both an author and entrepreneur. Janet Anne Haradon was born on May 21, 1944 in Storm Lake, Iowa to Boyd Clayton Haradon and Lena Louise (Zimmer) Haradon. She grew up in Iowa and graduated from high school in Independence, Iowa.

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Janet Dailey's Americana Series. Dangerous Masquerade (Alabama). Northern Magic (Alaska). Sonora Sundown (Arizona). Valley Of the Vapours (Arkansas). Fire And Ice (California). After the Storm (Colorado). When I first started writing back in the Seventies, my husband Bill and I were retired and traveling all over the States with our home-a 34' travel trailer-in tow. That's when Bill came up with the great idea of my writing a romance novel set in each one of our fifty states. It was an idea I ultimately accomplished before switching to mainstream fiction and hitting all the international bestseller lists.

Tangled Vines A. Novel by. Janet Dailey. Little, Brown and Company. had been in vogue in the forties, shaded his eyes from the full glare of the sun. As he neared the end of the row and the Jeep, Sam Rutledge stopped and reached down to scoop up a handful of soil, a mixture of dust and pebbles.

Elegant 90-year-old Katherine Rutledge runs her family's Napa Valley winery. Her estranged son runs a rival winery and an alcoholic neighbor, Len Dougherty, lives on 10 acres of the Rutledge vineyard given to his family as compensation for the accidental death of his father. Meanwhile, beautiful, ambitious Kelly Douglas, a rising TV newscaster is assigned to prepare an in-depth report on the Rutledge winery, which is in negotiations to merge with a French winery. Kelly long ago escaped Dougherty, her physically abusive father and doesn't want to go back home. Then, there's a murder in which her father is the prime suspect while complications arise via a budding romance with Sam Rutledge, Katherine's grandson and the manager of the Rutledge winery.
  • Dalallador
I know I read some poor reviews of this book on this same site but I am in the wine industry and Janet Dailey did her homework. Some said she took too long to get into the story. Believe me they di not finish the book or they would have know how important all the leading information was. Of course, this is just my opinion.
  • Innadril
Interesting info on wine making. Fictional but still parts had great value about wine growing, making and tasting. Enjoyed the book.
  • godlike
Enjoyed it!
Kept my interest, learned a bit about wine making.
  • Talvinl
Excellent! Thanks. Received book in as agreed condition in a timely manner. Love all of Janet Dailey's books and buy them when I can find them.
  • Barinirm
After reading 'Masquerade" and loving every page I had hoped the same for "Tangled Vines". Was I ever disappointed! This was one BORING book! If anyone has trouble sleeping, I suggest you give this a try, it might be good for something....
  • Berenn
I have read at least one other of Janet Dailey's books and it was great. So as I was shopping in Walmart the other day, I saw this and thought it might be a good read. I am half way through. I have skimmed @ least 1/3 of the pages, trying to get to a part that might seem interesting. I can't seem to get there. The main characters introduced on the back cover have barely even been in the story yet, and they don't even seem interesting! I would not buy this book! I know I will not finish it.
  • Malalanim
I found this in a thrift store and glad I did. It is an enjoyable book set in the California Nappa Valley area. Romance / mystery story. Believable characters, good plot, quick reading book. There are a lot of details, but I liked that. I could easily see this story becoming a made of TV movie. Janet Dailey is a good author and her fans will not be disappointed in this one.
I could picture the characters and back drops so vividly in my mind. I would expect nothing less from a Janet Dailey novel.