Monsieur Roqeufort has served time in France’s Le Sante Prison after being wrongly convicted of flaunting the INAO’s decrees (including using milk after the 20 day minimum set after lambing occurs and repeatedly not using dry salt when salting his cheese). After five years he receives a pardon and returns to his farm to live with his father in a mobile home while they build together, a new farmhouse equipped with modern refrigeration units and a maturation processing plant. He and his father set about the task of modernising French cheese production, only his task is thwarted by a beautiful brunette, who is in trouble and seeks his help to find her missing sister, a blind psychiatrist. Monsieur Roqeufort has a lead, and is on to something, when out of the blue his former cellmate Jean-Paul “Angel” Margolin appears with a hare-brained scheme. Will Monsieur Roqeufort’s misguided loyalty to Angel lead him into trouble? And will he ever modernise French cheese production?

Michael Stewart


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I'm a writer from Salford, now based in Bradford. I've written for theatre, radio and TV. And the following books: King Crow (novel: Bluemoose Books); Couples (poetry: Valley Press); Cafe Assassin (novel: Bluemoose Books); Mr Jolly (short stories: Valley Press) Author page:
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