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"Don Bruns' Hot Stuff is the kind of wonderful book that grabs and embraces you from the beginning. Bruns writes with a style that immediately makes you a part of all the action --it's like hearing a tale from a friend that's filled with mystery, suspense, twists, turns, and everything else that makes for a great read. Don't miss it--a true delight!"-- Heather Graham, New York Times best selling author of The Unseen

"Witty, gritty, and filled with brilliantly realized characters, the book is a pure delight."-- Jeffery Deaver, New York Times best-selling author of Carte Blanche

"This quirky engaging mystery is a buddy novel as funny as the movie Dumb & Dumber."-- Library Journal

"Don Bruns keeps on getting better with each book. And his latest effort is nothing short of a home run."-- Strand Magazine
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review by . November 11, 2012
HOT STUFF is the latest in a series that began with STUFF TO DIE FOR and another very well done mystery read. This one finds Skip and his longtime girlfriend, Em, out for the evening at L'Elfe in Miami. The French restaurant on Bayshore Drive is quite famous as its owner is Chef Jean Bouvier. Known for his signature television line, "But can you do this?" on cooking shows on the Food Network, his line of cookbooks, spices, cutlery, etc., Jean and his wife, Sophia, are celebrities and envied by many. …
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