By Jeffrey Archer
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By the end of the day, although exhausted, Mark did not feel quite as tired as he had in the past. At eleven that night the maître chef docuisine threw off his hat and barged out of the swing doors, a sign to everyone else they could also leave the kitchen once everything that was their responsibility had been cleared up. A few seconds later the door swung back open and the chef burst in. He stared round the kitchen as everyone waited to see what he would do next. Having found what he was looking for, he headed straight for Mark.
When in October 1986 Jacques died, at the age of seventy-one, the restaurant critics wrote confidently that standards were bound to fall. A year later the same journalists had to admit that one of the five great chefs ofFrancehad come from a town in the British Midlands they could not even pronounce. Jacques's death only made Mark yearn more for his homeland, and when he read in the Daily Telegraph of a new development to be built inCovent Gardenhe called the site agent to ask for more details.
Jacques's death only made Mark yearn more for his homeland, and when he read in the Daily Telegraph of a new development to be built inCovent Gardenhe called the site agent to ask for more details. Mark's third restaurant was opened in the heart ofLondononFebruary 11th, 1987. Over the years Mark Hapgood often travelled back toCoventryto see his parents. His father had retired long since but Mark was still unable to persuade either parent to take the trip toParisand sample his culinary efforts. But now he had opened in the country's capital he hoped to tempt them.
A Twist in the Tail by Jeffrey Archer