What if your maitre d' died twenty years ago? Something is not quite right about Stephanie's new partner in the restaurant business. Frankie is turning Butlers into London's most frequented venue, but that doesn't stop her worrying. About who he is, and the hold he has over the restaurant's owner. About his connection with the Brockenhurst family tragedy. About the bizarre accidents that have started happening in her upscale restaurant. But most worrying of all is Stephanie's suspicion that Butlers would not survive without Frankie. So why worry about details when this is the only part of her life thats successful? Set in London before the financial crisis, Butlers will appeal to lovers of food, luxury, celebrities and dysfunctional families. A romantic comedy with a strong mystery at its heart, it is the debut novel from an exciting new female writer who is one to watch.
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