A Taste of Murder: Featuring Chef Bernard Neville
The aging, internationally renowned chef, Bernard Neville visits White Steeples, a quiet country village in 1938 England. Instead of enjoying a peaceful vacation, Chef Neville finds himself entangled in the murder investigation of an unidentified tourist, found dead in the once prominent hotel, Twin Gardens. With the assistance of his beautiful niece, Bernard investigates the secrets of the guests staying at the crumbling Twin Gardens, including a British Countess and her daughter, a sinister American, the mysterious Mr. Mochi and the hotel owner, George Orson. Along with his affinity for French food, good wine, and chess games, Bernard discovers that he has a new passion-solving murders. Written in the style of Agatha Christie, the surprising plot twists and intriguing characters of A Taste of Murder will leave its readers hungry for more.
- Paperback | 130 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 8.38mm | 254.01g
- 08 Nov 2010
- Morrisville, United States