Draws the reader, through descriptions of food and cooking, into a world of murder and art. Narrated by Tarquin, an ironist, epicurean and a snob, this novel is constructed around a series of seasonal menus, which unfold his autobiography.
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The Debt to Pleasure by John Lanchester
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Winner of Hawthornden Prize 1997 Winner of Betty Trask Award 1996 Short-listed for Whitbread Book Awards: Book of the Year 1996
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