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Smart, sassy and decidedly un-French Maggie Newberry and her hunky French-chef husband are solving mysteries en Provence and eating very well along the way. No French necessary to enjoy every page of this deliciously exciting murder mystery series! 

Desperate to find something to do while she is away from her job and her support system back in Atlanta, Maggie decides to write a French cookbook for American readers. The fact that she herself doesn’t cook is only a small stumbling block since she is now married to a fabulous cook, and a French one at that! Unfortunately, Laurent has other ideas of how he wants to spend his time. All of which comes to a head during that  dreaded first year of marriage–which is made even more difficult with the regularity people seem to be dropping dead around them. Shelving the cookbook idea (for everyone’s sake!) Maggie and her trusty sidekick Grace begin their sleuthing in the ancient city of Arles. There is an incredibly sexy, obviously smitten, French police detective who is investigating the murders too but mostly he is just seriously complicating Maggie’s life in every possible way.

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    okay

    slow at first but it picked up also a good twist that it was actually richard. the relationshipnof jean luc and laurent is vague it could have been tackled a little bit more

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    Amazing

    SUSPENCE, GOOD DIALOGUE, EXCELLENT PLOT. I LOVED IT AND COULD NOT PUT IT DOWN. I STRO NGLY RECOMMEND THIS BOOK.

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    Murder in Provence

    When I started this novel I wasn't sure it was my style. Boy was I wrong. An American woman trying to figure out her new life in France with a new husband when a series of murders against women starts happening. When a new friend is one of the victims she decides she must solve it herself because she believes the police are incompetent. Her involvement could cost more than she bargained for. If you love a good mystery that involves food in a picturesque setting with a female sleuth this is a must read for you.

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