The Marseille Caper Reviews
"Mayle's cast of fondly crafted characters mobilize the capering elements of the title as the adventure comes to a satisfactory conclusion." - Publishers Weekly
"To compensate for the absence of plot complications, realistic dialogue or suspense, the meals sound great, the ebullient badinage is genuinely witty and Mayle wears his considerable knowledge of the area lightly." - Kirkus Reviews
"Starred Review. 'Totally fun' may not the deepest, most original way to describe the pleasure of Britisher Mayle's latest joyous novel set in his adopted homeland, the delightful French region of Provence. But it's an honest description...This is sophisticated writing without a snobby tone (and that may be a more satisfactory description)." - Booklist
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