Red Beans and Vice by Lou Jane Temple

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New Orleans master chef Heaven Lee finds herself in deep trouble after agreeing to help the impoverished Sisters of Holy Trinity with their annual benefit dinner, but the dinner takes on a sinister aroma when the convent's cross is stolen and Truly Witten turns up murdered with Heaven's knife. By the author of A Stiff Risotto.

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Lou Jane Temple has done almost as many things as her character, Heaven Lee, including selling antique quilts, hippie gear and vintage clothes. she has also been a band member, a rock-and-roll caterer and a trends consultant. She holds a B.A. in Administration of Justice and those college criminal evidence courses have come in handy in her latest career of mystery novelist. Currently she is working on another Heaven Lee mystery, and in her spare time is a party caterer, a script supervisor on film projects, and writes about food and wine.
Published January 1, 2012 by St. Martins.
Genres: . Fiction

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In her sixth mystery featuring Kansas City chef Heaven Lee, Temple (The Cornbread Killer, etc.) serves up fare more short-order than gourmet. Heaven agrees to hel

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Heaven Lee, having been backed out of the legal profession for doing something wrong, opened up a CafÈ Heavens Restaurant in Kansas City.

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