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Paperback Murder Makes an Entree Book

ISBN: 0747238480

ISBN13: 9780747238485

Murder Makes an Entree

(Book #5 in the Auguste Didier Series)

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This description may be from another edition of this product. When chef Didier becomes the chief suspect in the murder of Sir Throgmorton after he suddenly dies during a banquet, Inspector Egbert Rose of Scotland Yard enters the case and prepares a search to...

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The reluctant detective

I was surprised to read the rather lukewarm editorial reviews for this series, I think they're alot of fun. Auguste Didier, a French Chef who loves English cooking, just wants to be left in peace to get on with his cooking, but keeps getting involved in murders, much against his will. In this instalment he is in the seaside resort of Broadstairs, preparing a banquet for a metting of literary Lions celebrating the life of Charles Dickens (Broadstairs is full of Dickens associations). One of the guests at the banquet unexpectedly expires, and poor Auguste is dragged into the mystery. Luckily Inspector Rose of Scotland Yard is holidaying in nearby Ramsgate, so he is on hand to help Auguste solve the crime. This is a very amusing series with likeable characters and lots of interesting period detail, I'm sorry they don't seem to be better liked.
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