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Cold Country, Hot Sun by Christopher Nicole
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Cold Country, Hot Sun

by Christopher Nicole

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An enjoyable, and surprising read. Not the most thrilling Christopher Nicole novel that I've read but still a good book to relax with. The characters were interesting as was the setting in Spain. ( )
  adeej | Oct 17, 2009 |
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Ever thought of retiring to Spain?

When famous chef David Lytton sells his London restaurant in order to take early retirement in Spain with his new wife and her golden retriever, he anticipates a life of sun, sea, and sangria. Unfortunately, on the way to their new home, David and Melissa inadvertently come into possession of a secret of immense value which is sought by two rival retired crime barons, who are prepared to kill to get it. Blissfully unaware of either the secret or its value, David and Melissa endeavour to settle into their new lifestyle, increasingly bemused by the number of remarkable characters they encounter - who vary from the sinister to the hilariously funny - and by the mayhem with which they find themselves surrounded, until the final startling denouement.
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Ever thought of retiring to Spain? When famous chef David Lytton sells his London restaurant in order to take early retirement in Spain with his new wife and her golden retriever, he anticipates a life of sun, sea, and sangria. Unfortunately, on the way to their new home, David and Melissa inadvertently come into possession of a secret of immense value which is sought by two rival retired crime barons, who are prepared to kill to get it.

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When famous chef David Lytton sells his London restaurant in order to take early retirement in Spain with his new wife and her dog, he anticipates a life of sun, sea, and sangria. Unfortunately, on the way to their new home, David and Melissa inadvertently come into possession of a secret of immense value.… (more)

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