[KINDLE] ✽ Red Beans and Vice (Heaven Lee, #6) By Lou Jane Temple – Snapchatlogin.us

Red Beans and Vice (Heaven Lee, #6) Heaven Lee Has Come To The Big Easy To Get Some Much Needed Vacation Time Away From Her Bustling Kansas City Restaurant And Cook Up Some Dishes Worthy Of Her Name For The Sisters Of The Holy Trinity S Annual Benefit Diner But When The Sister S Prized Crucifix Goes Missing And A Local Coffee Importer Turns Us Dead, Stabbed With Heaven S Knife, Not Only Does The Famous Chef Find Herself In Hot Water With The Local Police, But Someone Seems To Be Stalking Her As Well Now, Embroiled In A Mystery As Hot As New Orleans Cajun Cooking, Heaven Must Prove Her Innocence, Catch A Killer, And Whip Up Some Recipes That Will Save The Sisters From Financial Ruin Before She Becomes The Main Course In A Murder Trial, Or Worse Yet, Ends Up As Fish Food At The Bottom Of The Mississippi River..

[KINDLE] ✽ Red Beans and Vice (Heaven Lee, #6)  By Lou Jane Temple – Snapchatlogin.us
  • Paperback
  • 288 pages
  • Red Beans and Vice (Heaven Lee, #6)
  • Lou Jane Temple
  • English
  • 11 April 2017
  • 0312982895

    10 thoughts on “[KINDLE] ✽ Red Beans and Vice (Heaven Lee, #6) By Lou Jane Temple – Snapchatlogin.us


  1. says:

    Although this is not the first book in the series, it was easy to follow the already established characters The character of Heaven Lee is a lady full of life and energy She has a great relationshp with Hank who is much younger and makes no excuses for it The myst...


  2. says:

    Not much of a sleuth this Heaven Lee, and who in their right mind would change their name from Katherine O Malley to that ridiculous moniker A mildly amusing tale Certainly better than Revenge of the Barbeque Queens by the same author.Rated 5 10 at


  3. says:

    Just couldn t identify with the main character or her predicament It was like being introduced to someone at a cocktail party, chatting for a bit, and realizing there must be others in the room with whom I havein common Nothing overtly annoying in the writing or storyline I simply didn t connect.


  4. says:

    A good mystery but the writing is pretty choppy Takes place in New Orleans with a chef invited to cook at a charity dinner so recipes are included.


  5. says:

    Held my interest to the end.


  6. says:

    This is a cute murder mystery, complete with real recipes, written by a Kansas City author The amateur detective, Heaven Lee, is entertaining, and the New Orleans setting is intriguing.


  7. says:

    I really like Lou Jane Temple mysteries, lots of twists, culinary information and a tricky plot

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