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Fiction
Author: Michael Bond
ISBN: 0449906396
Subcategory: British & Irish
Pages 199 pages
Publisher Fawcett Columbine; 1st American ed edition (October 23, 1991)
Language English
Category: Fiction
Rating: 4.7
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Monsieur Pamplemousse, retired from the Surete, is representing Le Guide magazine in Vichy, where six celebrated American mystery writers are recreating a gourmet feast supposedly once hosted by Alexandre.

Monsieur Pamplemousse, retired from the Surete, is representing Le Guide magazine in Vichy, where six celebrated American mystery writers are recreating a gourmet feast supposedly once hosted by Alexandre Dumas. All too soon he finds himself thrown into a rural ditch, arrested and handcuffed, pursued on foot over the fields, locked in a country brothel (and rescued by his dog Pommes Frites)

This is the seventh book in the Monsieur Pamplemousse series of stories written by Michael Bond

This is the seventh book in the Monsieur Pamplemousse series of stories written by Michael Bond. Before the dinner one of the authors drops dead and it is up to Aristide Pamplemousse to solve the case.

Start by marking Monsieur Pamplemousse Rests His Case as Want to Read . The gastronomic mysteries involving food critic Aristide Pamplemousse and his faithful canine companion Pommes Frites are highly addictive. This one is another delight.

Start by marking Monsieur Pamplemousse Rests His Case as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. How did the former inspector for the Sûreté end up in bed, dressed as Dumas' d'Artagnan, with his hands cuffed behind his back, with a woman not his wife, Couscous?

Monsieur Pamplemousse, retired from the Surete, is representing Le Guide magazine in Vichy, where six celebrated American mystery writers are recreating a gourmet feast supposedly once hosted by Alexandre Dumas. All too soon he finds himself thrown into a rural ditch, arrested and handcuffed, pursued on foot over the fields, locked in a country brothel (and rescued by his dog Pommes Frites). tucked in a hotel bed with a ravishing American gourmet-magazine publisher (and desperately trying to conceal the fact from his suspicious spouse, who has popped in from Paris). A delectable souffle.

Monsieur Pamplemousse, retired from the Surete, is representing Le Guide magazine in Vichy, where six celebrated America. Books related to Monsieur Pamplemousse Rests His Case. Dandy Gilver and The Reek of Red Herrings. The Corpse with the Silver Tongue.

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20th and 21st-century English author, creator of Paddington the Bear. Bond also wrote another series of children's books, the adventures of a guinea pig named Olga da Polga, named after the Bond family's pet, as well as the animated BBC television series The Herbs (1968)  . 1991 Monsieur Pamplemousse Rests His Case. 1992 Monsieur Pamplemousse Stands Firm.

A noted food critic and amateur sleuth, Monsieur Pamplemousse attends a masquerade banquet honoring Alexandre Dumas and has to find a killer when one of the guests is murdered
Carrot
I really enjoy the Monsieur Pamplemousse series and this one didn't disappoint.
Rivik
This book was another entertaining, LOL entry in the Pommes Frites and M. Pamplemousse series. How great to relax and enjoy a master at work! River City sent me the book immediately upon ordering, and I was able to enjoy this very quickly!
Mave
Michael Bond is one of my favorite authors. And his Monsieur Pamplemousse series is hysterically funny. No exaggeration‎ here. A food critic Monsieur Pamplemousse and his dog have one adventure after another when they travel around France critiquing a variety of restaurants. And there is always some mystery to solve. This reading is nothing but fun. Enjoy!
Quashant
The author has a great sense of humor !
FireWater
This is a charming, "perfect murder" mystery, with a serious flaw.

It also demands certain prior experiences by the consumer.

The serious flaw is discontinuities, but not in the sense of the minor

details such as the character in the background is smoking a cigarette

and in the next scene he is lighting it. Here we have major gaps.

Our hero is sought by the police and locked in a room, with his hands

cuffed behind his back. Then he is cruising down the highway. It felt

like watching every other episode of a "Perils of Pauline" serial.

The story is amusing. There are many smiles and some grins waiting for you.

There are no plot or character similarities, but I was reminded of an old

film, "Mr. Hulot's Holiday."

Some food mysteries have recipes, some don't. This one does not.

The story includes French lessons. Many food, wine, and cooking terms

are given in French, as are a number of other nouns. Most are obvious

in the context, or made clear in the next few sentences. Most do not

matter to the plot -- Oh, thats a kind of wine, for example.

But they do interrupt the story while you try to determine if you need

to know the translation.

I suspect that it would be easier to deal with the French in the book

rather than the audiobook.

Overall, it was good enough to send me back for another of Michael Bond's

"Mr. Grapefruit" series, but I'll try reading it instead of listening to it.
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This is the seventh book in the Monsieur Pamplemousse series of stories written by Michael Bond. In this book M. Pamplemousse is required to visit the town of Vichy in the company of an American book editor and parfumier (a likely combination) to attend a dinner hosted by six famous crime writers. Before the dinner one of the authors drops dead and it is up to Aristide Pamplemousse to solve the case.
So far I have read the Pamplemousse books in order. This book contains the usual tropes, dodgy humour and farce. It's a lot of fun as they all are. There is less food in this book and Michael Bond has spent a lot more time on the plot, characters and motives. It might not be the funniest of the Pamplemousse book but it has the most depth and is, so far, my favourite.