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As my old friend Senor Evaristo always says, "The problem is. . . ." As is acknowledged in all of Mayle's work, food is the constant and ultimate character. Read morePublished 4 months ago by lidz
I love all of Peter Mayle's books. This particular audio tape is so good, the voices are soooo spot on, you'll be repeating them around the house and at parties. Read morePublished 9 months ago by P. B. E.
Peter Mayle is at his entertaining best once again. Fun, food and intrigue. 5 stars all the way.Published 9 months ago by Mary Golan
Lovely and entertaining story. Mayle has a way of keeping the story moving in a pleasant way. His brand of dry humor is always entertaining.Published 18 months ago by Saranne Kimble
I love everything Peter Mayles has written. his writing is always on the mark. he's funny , smart very knowledgeable. Read morePublished 22 months ago by margery W. howe
Totally hilarious! Peter Mayle at his best. Fiction, so he can really let loose. The plot is good and the ending well wrapped up.Published 24 months ago by Harold R. Somerset
After I got the book and started to read it, I realized I had read it earlier. Liked it the first time, but remembered it too clearly to devote the time to a second readingPublished on May 12, 2013 by J. Bleckley