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I love the French town setting and the characters of the town.
The way that Bruno manipulates subtly the characters in the best interest if the town.
The plots of his books are gentle and cleaver,not fast moving ,but interesting
The food inclusions and Bruno's fascination for cheeses ,truffles and his prowess in the kitchen makes interesting listening and the taste buds water.
I have listened to three books but not in sequence , wish I had listened in order but still I Enjoyed the book
"Bruno - one of the best detectives :)"
Clever, entertaining and leaves you constantly wanting to listen. After driving home from work, I sat in my drive way because I so eager to find out what happened! Well worth a listen and Ric Jerrom's voice works really well :)
"Charming and quaint"
Makes you fall in love with France whilst providing insight into life in a small town and old sins which come back to haunt people. The narrator has a soothing voice and brings the characters to life. And there are the great recipes for authentic French farm cooking. Meet Bruno local Chief of police working on racist murder case that is not what it looks like... enjoy.
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