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When private investigator Leo Street is sent to County Kildare to spy on the wife of a loathsome client, she’s delighted to be getting away from rainy Dublin and her hopeless, permanently resting actor boyfriend Barry. The one catch is she has to masquerade as a member of a cookery course and the only piece of culinary equipment Leo can handle is a tin opener – Weekend Entertaining Part 1 is daunting to say the least. As she strips away layers of marital infidelity – not to mention several other scandalous secrets – she battles with bread-making and brûlée. But where will it all end – in triumph or tragedy?


SOMETHING FOR THE WEEKEND'S strength lies in McLynn's witty character portrayal and a very likeable heroine
The List - Glasgow
'Packed with lively characters and snappy chat' Huddersfield Daily Examiner 'Lots of slapstick and character comedy plus an amicable heroine make for a confident, assured read with the right appeal to ensure that we will probably have more entertainment from the bold Pauline McLynn' Bridlington Free Press