Death and Croissants (ebook)

A Follet Valley Mystery

Ian Moore



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‘A very funny page-turner. Fantastique!’ ADAM KAY

Richard is a middle-aged Englishman who runs a B&B in the fictional Val de Follet in the Loire Valley. Nothing ever happens to Richard, and really that’s the way he likes it.

One day, however, one of his older guests disappears, leaving behind a bloody handprint on the wallpaper. Another guest, the exotic Valérie, persuades a reluctant Richard to join her in investigating the disappearance.

Richard remains a dazed passenger in the case until things become really serious and someone murders Ava Gardner, one of his beloved hens… and you don’t mess with a fellow’s hens!

Unputdownable mystery set in rural France, by TV/radio regular and bestselling author Ian Moore – perfect for fans of Richard Osman’s The Thursday Murder Club

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‘A joyous read!’ ALAN CARR

‘A writer of immense wit and charm.’ PAUL SINHA

‘A very funny page-turner. Fantastique!’ ADAM KAY

‘Ian is one of my favourite writers; this is hilarious and a great mystery too’ JANEY GODLEY

‘Good food and a laugh-out-loud mystery. What more could anyone want in these dark times’ MARK BILLINGHAM

‘Like going on a joyous romp through the Loire valley with Agatha Christie, PG Woodhouse and Mc Beaton. A delight.’ C. K. MCDONNELL

‘Ian Moore is a brilliant, funny writer who perfectly captures the foibles of rural France but judging by this book I will never be visiting his bed and breakfast’ JOSH WIDDICOMBE

‘Beautifully done. Very funny indeed. I can’t imagine how one plots something like that. Tremendous work’ MILES JUPP

‘I’m so punchdrunk from the sheer entertainment of it I’ve got a sore jaw. Encore!’ MATT FORDE

‘This is like two great books in one, a tricksy whodunnit, and a really, really funny story’ JASON MANFORD

‘Such a brilliant read, smart, funny and his sharp writing captures the nuances of “Anglo-French” relations beautifully’ ZOE LYONS

‘This book is a fun and funny read and I’m very much looking forward to the next one’ IAN STONE

‘Funny, pacey and very entertaining.’ ROBIN INCE

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