Tinker's Cove is abuzz with excitement when Norah, the queen of daytime TV, comes to town and selects Lucy and her pals to be featured in her "Women Who Make a Difference" episode. In recognition for their charitable work, the ladies and their husbands are awarded a dream vacation in Paris, complete with classes at Le Cooking School with renowned pastry chef Larry Bruneau. But their bon voyage is cut short when Lucy discovers the chef in a pool of blood on the second day of class. If she's going to enjoy her vacation, she'll have to unpack her sleuthing skills and clear her name. But will she be able to track down a killer more elusive than the perfect macaron?
©2014 Leslie Meier (P)2014 Dreamscape Media, LLC
I have read all of the books in this series and I'm always impressed with the fresh storylines that Leslie Meier creates for Lucy. This was a very good story. I especially enjoyed the backstory and the political intrigue. I am looking forward to the next book in this series.
The narrator did a good job but the novel was extremely bad. Lucy Stone and her friends were rude, selfish & badly behaved in another country. The plot was unbelievable and ending did not satisfy. I disliked her daughter immensely.
So all in all good narrator but ALL characters are very unlikable!
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The story itself is boring. It makes Paris the last place one wants to visit. The narrator did too much fake French accent, which gave me a headache.
A bit heavy on stereotypes about France and the French!!!!!!the author used each and every stereotype about the French ...the Muslims!!!I found them offensive and insulting!!!!The plot.....not very substantial!!!!!!
The story was very good, exciting with lots of twists; however I did not enjoy the narration at all. She sounded like she was whining and sighing throughout, almost to the point that I had to stop listening. I kept going to find out what would happen, but I will avoid anything read by this narrator in the future.
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