Death du Jour by Lou Jane Temple
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
The author writes stories of crimes and cuisines of authentic kitchens through history.
This story has been recreated in Paris in the summer of 1790, with the entire city ablaze with revolutionary fervour.
Fanny Delarue is a young cook for a wealthy family in the Palace Royale. But cooking is not the only thing on Fanny's mind - she loves the head chef, Henri and they become involved in a murder, mainly because Fannu wants to discover the truth behind the murder of chef, Etienne de la Porte, who used to work at Versailles.
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