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Carême in Brighton — a mystery novel 1. Novels

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Times of environmental disaster, political upheaval and endless wars . . . . 1816 is relevant to the world we find ourselves navigating today. Antonin Carême, the world’s greatest celebrity chef — with his rockstar salary and good looks — heads to an open-ended engagement at the Prince Regent’s seaside home. What, though, are his true motivations for going? What about all the deaths and attempted killings unfolding at the Pavilion while he’s there? Who is this mysterious doctor who draws him into the investigations?

 

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45 minutes ago, D.K. Daniels said:

Glad to have been able to help. Congrats on the release :)

Thanks, D. K.!

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On 4/6/2022 at 8:59 AM, AC Benus said:

In addition to @Parker Owens, @Defiance19, @Cole Matthews,  I wish to extend warm thanks to @D.K. Danielsand @clochettefor their respective language and culture skills. Their help was generous and made the book better than it would have been.

Your book inspired me to research more about restaurants in the 19th century.  Now I’m reading “Ritz and Escoffier” and while it’s good.  Yours is better I think.  Fantastic job!

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On 4/7/2022 at 3:26 PM, Cole Matthews said:

Your book inspired me to research more about restaurants in the 19th century.  Now I’m reading “Ritz and Escoffier” and while it’s good.  Yours is better I think.  Fantastic job!

Thank you, Cole. I've been wanting to do something to gratify my food-culture side for a long time. I'm pleased as punch people are digging in and enjoying the meal :)

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