Amuse Bouche

Amuse Bouche Review

A gay wedding gone bad. A missing groom. An unsullied reputation at risk. Enter Russell Quant?cute, gay, and a rookie private detective. With a nose for good wine and bad lies, Quant is off to France on his first big case. From the smudgy streets of ...

Title:Amuse Bouche
Edition Language:English

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  • Rating: 3.5* of fiveThe Book Report: Harold Chevell, an A-list Saskatoonian gay man, has decided to marry his lover Tom in a private ceremony at their beautiful McMansion near the South Saskatchewan R...

  • I first heard of Anthony Bidulka's Russell Quant series on one of the author groups where I hang out. When I did a little investigating and discovered that Mr Bidulka is a Canadian author whose charac...

  • 2.5 stars. Ok gay mystery about a PI who's hired by a jilted groom to find his missing boyfriend. Pretty sure this is the only book I've read that was set in Saskatoon. ...

  • 4.5 stars. I love mysteries. Russell Quant is a private investigator and he quit his job as a policeman to pursue his dream as PI, thanks to the inheritance from a wealthy uncle.He's pretty new in the...

  • Reading Amuse Bouche left me with a taste for more Russell Quant mysteries. Anthony Bidulka’s writing style is fast paced, humorous and entertaining. All what I look for in a mystery. Quant is, In A...

  • I have always loved a good mystery story and this definitely fits the bill. I liked ex cop turned PI Russell Quant. He does mainly small cases like finding a stolen casserole dish then he is called an...

  • Mr. Bidulka creates a very engaging character in Russel Quant, the private detective living in a small Canadian prairie city of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. This first book takes Russel to France tracking...

  • This is a great series for light reading. It is a mystery series written by an author from Saskatoon and set in Saskatoon. Amuse Bouche is the first in the series. There are now 5 of them, and I have ...

  • Wow! It took me long enough to read this series. I had the first book in this series in both paperback and kindle and couldn't get past the first chapter. It wasn't because it was badly written either...

  • My first Anthony Bidulka book - and it just happened to be the first book he wrote, too. Provocative, amusing and it was a hoot to read about real - and fictitious - places in Saskatoon. The last chap...