Heaven Lee has come into her own as a respected Kansas City chef, and she is savoring every minute of it. With a big-name jazz festival rolling into town, Heaven is on food detail - which means crockpot after crockpot of signature soul food dishes. But murder arrives on the menu when the festival planner - an out-of-towner who'd made alot of enemies - is electrocuted on the stage of the concert hall.
A pleasure for anyone who likes their mysteries served with recipes on the side - Publisher's Weekly
Kansas City festival including Jazz and Baseball plus many ethnic soul food recipes. Heaven Lee is again involved as a victim of crime as well as an investigator.
Many scenes in her restaurant as well and a view of her family history. I like Lou Jane Temple as an author.
Heaven Lee has done it again. She's gotten herself involved in another murder and she's cooking up plans to solve it on her own. New Orleans at its best, recipes worth killing for and a good plot make this one worth reading.