Surgeon publishes World War 2 thriller

Posted on in Staff

Brain surgeon Fred Nath has published the next instalment of his World War 2 adventure series.

His latest book entitled “The Fat Chef” is a WW2 thriller set in a posh Paris hotel, where as the Nazi plans unfold and the hotel is taken over for the use of the German military, Raoul Verney the head chef hides his Jewish staff.

When Natalie the demi sous chef Raoul is in love with is discovered by a German officer, he discovers he has more strengths than just a béchamel sauce and must fight to maintain the hidden secrets of the Hotel Metro from the invaders.

Fred, who works at The James Cook University Hospital and enjoys writing novels in his spare time said: “I have a

The Fat Chef by Fredrik Nath

passion for history, for French wine and for French food so it came to me that with no difficulty my next French novel should contain all of those things. After all, there is no love so pure as the love of food.

“Sometimes dark and sometimes suspenseful, this story will appeal to anyone who likes my previous books.”

Available online from Amazon (paperback and Kindle), Barnes and Noble and Book Depository, it can also be ordered from any bookshop – just ask them to search for The Fat Chef by Fredrik Nath.