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The Second Worst Restaurant in France (MP3)
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The Second Worst Restaurant in France (MP3)
Written by:
Alexander McCall Smith 
Read by:
Timothy Ackroyd 
Unabridged MP3 CD Audio Book 
Number of CDs:
7 hours 26 minutes 
MP3 size:
307 MB 
May 09 2019 
Available Date:
May 09 2019 
Age Category:
Fiction; Contemporary Fiction 
Bolinda audio 
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AUD$ 39.95
AUD$ 39.95

International bestselling author

In the follow-up to My Italian Bulldozer, hapless food writer Paul Stewart once again finds himself trapped in a series of hilarious misunderstandings, this time facing off against the second worst restaurant in France.

Paul Stewart has returned to Scotland to continue his successful career. His agent and girlfriend, Gloria, has arranged for him to write The Philosophy of Food in Six Easy Chapters, a project he relishes but that will have to be delivered in six months. It is not going well, as Paul finds his domestic circumstances unsuited to concentrated hard work: Gloria has now moved in with him (not specifically invited) and has brought with her two extremely vocal and demanding Siamese cats. The cats give Paul no peace. Beginning to worry that The Philosophy of Food will never be written Paul calls on the aid of his cousin, Chloe, who suggests a radical course of action. She has taken a six-month lease on a house in a French village not far from Poitiers and invites him to join her there and get the book finished in peace. He needs no second bidding and it is not long before he escapes to France. Once there, however, Paul finds his fortunes tangled up with the fate of one eating establishment in the village: the infamous Second Worst Restaurant in France ...

'Alexander McCall Smith's novels are always a delightful mixture of humour, humanity and observation.'
Country Life

'Alexander McCall Smith novels never fail to delight ...'
The Guardian

'McCall Smith’s novels are beautifully precise and psychologically acute.'
The Independent