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Evan and Elle by Rhys Bowen
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Evan and Elle (2000)

by Rhys Bowen

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The Reverend Tomos Parry Davies, minister of Chapel Bethel in the village of Llanfair, sang loudly to himself as he drove up the pass from Caernarfon.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0425178889, Mass Market Paperback)

After a fire at Llanfair's new French restaurant makes murder the dish du jour, Constable Evans is on the case.

• Fourth in the popular Constable Evans series

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There is both excitement and dismay in Llanfair when a new French restaurant opens. The glamorous owner, Madame Yvette, tries to win over the locals, and everything seems to be going well until a string of fires plagues the town. One night the restaurant burns down, and a body is found in the rubble. Constable Evans joins Sergeant Watkins to follow a trail of clues that leads them to the South of England and then to France, and finally to the conclusion that a dangerous killer is loose in Llanfair.Descriptive content provided by Syndetics, a Bowker service.… (more)

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