New culinary mystery: CHEF MAURICE and the WRATH of GRAPES

If you enjoy the BBC mystery series Pie in the Sky or M.C. Beaton’s Agatha Raisin mysteries (and you jolly well should), have a look at the Chef Maurice mysteries, by British author J.A. Lang.

Chef Maurice

Chef Maurice and the Wrath of Grapes

An invitation to dinner at the home of renowned wine collector Sir William Burton-Trent soon finds Chef Maurice in the middle of an all-too-real murder mystery party, when Sir William is found dead in his own wine cellar. The guests are acting all innocent, but which one is only playing the part? The pushy Californian film director? The seductive French winemaker?

Or could it be, against all narrative decency, the butler who did it?

With the help of food critic friend Arthur Wordington-Smythe, a large kipper sandwich, and the newly formed Cochon Rouge Wine Appreciation Society, Chef Maurice must get to the bottom of matters before events turn decidedly sour…


J.A. Lang

About This Author

J.A. Lang is a British mystery writer, and author of the ChefMaurice Mysteries series.

She lives in Oxford, England, with her husband, an excessive number of cookbooks, and a sourdough starter named Bob.

Author Links

J.A. Lang’s Website
J.A. Lang on Goodreads
J.A. Lang on Facebook

BONUS:
Download the free prequel to the series, Chef Maurice and the Rather Fishy Tale!

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