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[ Pdf Neil Flambé and the Marco Polo Murders (The Neil Flambé Capers #1) è christianity PDF ] by Kevin Sylvester í Fourteen Year Old Wunderchef Neil Flambe Can Cook Anything, And Patrons Pay Top Dollar And Wait Months For Reservations At His Tiny Boutique Restaurant What Many Of Neil S Patrons Don T Know, However, Is That He S Also A Budding Detective, Code Named The Nose It All Started When He Used His Knowledge Of Cooking And His Incredible Sense Of Smell To Acquit His Mother S Client Of Murder Now, However, Some Of The Best Chefs In Town Are Turning Up Dead, The Cops Are Stumped, And The Crime Scenes Aren T Helping The Only Real Clues Are A Mysterious Smell And Some Equally Mysterious Notes In Italian That Have Something To Do With The Great Explorer Marco Polo As And Chefs Fall Prey To The Killer, And And Notes Turn Up, Neil Finds Himself Working Not Only To Solve The Murders, But To Eliminate Himself As The Prime Suspect
I had to look up Marco Polo after this to verify that, sadly, the secret history of Marco Polo was all invented for this book But still, it was a lot of fun And definitely fun for someone who appreciates creative cooking and descriptions of fancy recipes.
This is basically a lot like Ratatouille, except starring Sherlock Holmes the wonder chef.
I loved that this was a Canadian book The story was cute, a little slow in the beginning, but picked up quite a bit and just kept going I didn t like Neil s attitude during most of the book, but the ending was sweet and endearing.
Awesome This guy is brilliant Neil Flambe and the Marco Polo Murders, by Kevin Sylvester, is about Neil, the 14 year old wunderchef who could outcook Bobby Flay and out mystery solve Hercule Poirot, Columbo, and Jesscia Fletcher Yes I m a mystery show buff Tis true, I admit The mystery in this book was a good one, though looking back on it I can t see how I could have ever guessed who the murderer was That s better than dropping crazy obvious clues, true, but it s a little frustrating when an author Spoiler alert pulls an Agatha Christie and makes the murderer someone who was only mentioned twice beforehand End Spoiler Alert Stand down Aside from that, I liked all the characters, particularly Neil Flambe himself He s a great character and protagonist, a little reminiscent of Sherlock Holmes