Monsieur Pamplemousse and the Secret Mission
"As light and naughty as a spiked creampuff . . . a bawdy romp in a French accent." Houston Post.
Monseiur Pamplemousse has been summoned by the director of Le Guide, the prestigious culinary magazine for which Pamplemousse writes restaurant reviews. The aunt of the director's wife, whose restaurant perpetrates some of the worst food in France, is demanding to be included in the next issue. With the director's marriage at stake, he dispatches Pamplemousse to the Hotel du Paradis.
There, Pamplemousse meets Aunt Louise, who serves him a dinner that causes his gorge to rise . . . and other things as well, for the meal contains an aphrodisiac of undeniable potency. Who would do such a thing? And why?
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Review: Monsieur Pamplemousse and the Secret Mission (Monsieur Pamplemousse #2)User Review - Nicole - Goodreads
Very cool books! Loved the plot and the setting. Will be searching out his other books as well. Read full review
Review: Monsieur Pamplemousse and the Secret Mission (Monsieur Pamplemousse #2)User Review - Drew Buddie - Goodreads
Was disappointed by this book. The constant references to French expressions meant that I felt alientated from the book as some of the phrases were never explained to the reader. Read full review