Much enjoyment. Humane , likeable characters, mouth watering food and a lovely idyllic locale. Fabulous armchair travel
Bruno is my first break away from the noir and procedural mysteries that I usually gravitate to. This as my third Bruno. I will read the rest and look for more of this kind of mystery. Highly recommended
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Dave the Rave
A good solid effortReviewed in Canada on 10 February 2018
Another walk in the park in southern France, this time in winter in search of truffles. The plot also involves Chinese, Vietnamese, child brothels and Bruno's seemingly endless supply of available young women. Add in the cooking, hunting, and rugby/tensis/horse back riding and it is no wonder that the chef of police is unwilling to go to Paris.
Bruno is still looking after the townsfolk of St. DenisReviewed in Canada on 16 May 2018
This novel reads like a travelogue in the. Perigord coupled with cooking recipes all the while Bruno is aiding police investigations catch dastardly criminals. His interaction with the local town of St. Denis makes you wish you were there. lots of fun,satisfaction and romance.
Awesome authorReviewed in Canada on 17 February 2018
I thoroughly enjoyed the entire Bruno series. Kept me very entertained and many times on the edge of my seat! The author did a wonderful job of describing places and events and taking you right into the story, including my mouth watering with his cooking skills.
Enjoyable but...Reviewed in Canada on 26 March 2017
Good read but why the elementary gaffes? He has at last corrected juge magistrate to juge d'instruction but why whiskey for scotch and why brigadier, equivalent to corporal, for a senior officer of the gendarmerie? Could be dumbing down for Americans or ignorant publishers.