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The Fat Chef - a World War 2 Novel (Paperback)
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The Fat Chef - a World War 2 Novel (Paperback)

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Paperback 312 Pages / Published: 05/04/2013
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1940, Paris falls to the occupying Germans. Raoul, Head Chef of Le Metro, the top hotel of Paris, is nonchalant. After all, he need only wait for Petain to make peace, and everything will return to normal. Then he can get on with life, and admire his demi-sous chef, Natalie, with unrequited love. But matters soon change. When the Germans begin to cut out the Jewish staff, he hides the refugees everywhere he can in the sprawling hotel. In the end, even the wine cellar is occupied. When a German SD officer discovers Natalie still working in the kitchens, Raoul, in a moment of panic, kills the officer with a cast-iron frying pan. But where to dispose of the body? Forced into action, Raoul discovers that he has more strengths than his bechamel sauce.

Publisher: Fingerpress
ISBN: 9781908824318
Number of pages: 312
Weight: 340 g
Dimensions: 203 x 127 x 18 mm

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