Black Beans and Vice

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Llewellyn Worldwide, Nov 1, 2010 - Fiction - 336 pages
19 Reviews

The Flab Five’s creative new strategy to slim down? Hypnotherapy! And James has new motivation for laying off the donuts: his adorable son Eliot and a rekindled romance with his ex-wife, Jane. But a radical animal rights group is stirring things up in Quincy’s Gap. When two suspicious deaths occur, the Supper Club friends team up to solve another delectable, food-filled mystery. A cozy “village” mystery, Black Beans & Vice is the sixth book in the warm and wonderful Supper Club mystery series. Featuring recipes for tasty vegetarian entrees, a simple and refreshing cocktail, and delicious desserts!

 

  

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User Review  - yoder - LibraryThing

This is the best so far in the series. There aren't to many series that provide me with the inpression of being in the story, but The Supper Club series does. Start with the first so you get to know the Flab Five from the beginning. Read full review

Review: Black Beans and Vice (A Supper Club Mystery #6)

User Review  - Ronna - Goodreads

In this sixth edition of the Supper Club Mysteries, all the Flab Five friends are in different stages with their aim to be healthier, with good body weights. They are all also becoming blessed in ... Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
18
Section 3
33
Section 4
53
Section 5
74
Section 6
92
Section 7
107
Section 8
124
Section 9
142
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About the author (2010)

J.B. Stanley has a BA in English from Franklin & Marshall College, an MA in English Literature from West Chester University, and an MLIS from North Carolina Central University. She taught sixth grade language arts in Cary, North Carolina for the majority of her eight-year teaching career. Raised an antique-lover by her grandparents and parents, Stanley also worked part-time in an auction gallery. An eBay junkie and food-lover, Stanley now lives in Richmond, Virginia with her husband, two young children, and three cats.

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