Catering for a charismatic motivational speaker, the staff of the Sin du Jour catering agency find themselves incapacitated by a force from within their ranks. A smile and a promise is all it took.
And for some reason, only the men are affected. It's going to take cunning, guile and a significant amount of violence to resolve.
Another day of cupcakes and evil with your favorite demonic caterers.
Idle Ingredients is the fourth Sin du Jour Affair by Matt Wallace.
- Paperback | 187 pages
- 124 x 201 x 15mm | 159g
- 07 Feb 2017
- St. Martins Press-3pl
- New York, United States
- Illustrations, black and white
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