Death of A Chef

Death of A Chef

Book - 2013
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After the body of an acclaimed chef turns up in what looks like an apparent suicide, Commissaire Capucine Le Tellier suspects that it is really a murder, as she also tries to exonerate the food critic who is seen as the cause for the death.

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"Quel horreur! When the body of acclaimed Chef Jean-Louis Brault and a shotgun are discovered in an antique Louis Vuitton portemanteau, everyone is convinced it's suicide. Distraught at rumors perpetuated by the vituperative food critic, Lucien Folon, that his restaurant La Máere Denis might lose its precious third Michelin star, Brault was considered to be tráes dâesolâe by friends and family alike. But when Capucine is called to the mise-en-scáene, Capucine smells something fishier than a bouillabaissegone bad. And when Le Monde suggests that Capucine's investigation is a cover up for the lethal consequences of food critics everywhere--a profession in which her husband takes great pride--she will stop at nothing to solve the case. As evidence mounts, fine food, fraud, and kidnapping are all main ingredients in Capucine's search for the truth in this dâelicieux mâelange of cuisine et le mystáere."--Dust jacket.

Publisher: New York : Kensington Pub. Corp., 2013
ISBN: 9780758268815
Branch Call Number: F
Characteristics: 311 p. ; 22 cm


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