The Pâtissière


Women’s Fiction, Cozy Mystery
Date Published: May 2019
Publisher: Warblebox

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A delicious tale of murder and sweetness. A young girl’s life is transformed by a visit to the greatest Salon du The in Paris, but she discovers more than the sophisticated magnificence of a Mont Blanc. She finds a new world, one which lures her in, corrupts her, consumes her and ultimately destroys her. What ‘Perfume’ did for scent, ‘The Pâtissière’ does for taste.





About the Author

S M Boland is an international author of women’s fiction, including the five star rated, Mrs Keiller’s Marmalade.


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