The Bedroom Secrets of the Master Chefs

The Bedroom Secrets of the Master Chefs

Book - 2006
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Troubled environmental health officer Danny Skinner is engaged on a quest to uncover what he refers to as the 'bedroom secrets of the master chefs.' To this end, he travels from Edinburgh to San Francisco, where upon he meets a strange nemesis in the form of Brian Kibby - but it is in his rival that Danny will find his destiny.
Publisher: London : Jonathan Cape, 2006.
ISBN: 9780224075879
Branch Call Number: WEL
Characteristics: 390 p.


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Yachtny Dec 17, 2013

I woud echo Eviltrav's comments. If you are a fan of Irvine Welsh you will enjoy the book immensely as the usual elements are here: diverse story lines that ultimately converge; varied narrators that fill out the characters, interesting characters and situations, use of dialect/accent and (for me at least) plenty of references to the eighties reminding me of growing up in Thatcher era Britain.

Jan 18, 2011

This not a book for everyone - if strong language and adult situations bother you, put this down and run a mile. If you however enjoyed the author's other work you will also get a great deal of enjoyment from this novel.

It is perhaps a little harder to get into than some of Welsh's earlier work - and some aspects of the story I wasn't entirely convinced by - all the same I could not put this book down.

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