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Posted May 3, 2013
The first novel in J. B. Stanley's Supper Club series, Carbs and Cadavers does its job! It introduces you to a man who leaves comfortable professorship at the College of William and Mary to return to his home town to care for his reclusive, grieving and aging father after his mother dies. The novel opens as James gets on the scale and admits that he has to do something about his weight. That makes him more inclined to agree when approached to join a weight loss support group. They decide to call themselves the Flab Five since there are 5 of them. When they achieve their goals they plan to change the name to the Fab Five! But first, there's a murderer to catch before they get shut up by the murderer.
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Posted January 24, 2015
I really enjoyed reading this first book in the Supper Club Mystery series. I loved each of the Flab Five characters and their wacky ways.
What really got me (in a good way) is how well it was written about overweight people, their diets and struggles but loved the fun you
added to it. Being one of "them" I could totally relate and cant wait to read more of this fun series. Too bad their homecoming was
invaded by a murder their felt they needed to solve, Hey the recipes are pretty good too! On to Book two in the series.
Posted August 16, 2013
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