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Davidson's fans will recognize the pattern while new readers will relish her witty, recipe-filled, searing plot. Old friends (all of whom suitably appreciate good food) make their reappearance, including Korman's other ex, Marla, and Goldy's shrimp-peeling husband Tom. While apprentice Julian Teller has left for his restaurant management degree at Cornell, his place in the plot is filled with the more lethargic--if equally good-natured--Maguire Perkins. New characters revolve around the murder itself: Korman's predictably shapely assistant Ree Ann and the very serious doll collectors play a role, as do the administrators of the health maintenance organization Korman has joined. A pleasure to read, even if Goldy's imaginative concoctions make you hungry long before mealtime. --K.A. Crouch
It seemed that Goldy's personality was a little abrasive in this story.
I just got back from vacation, and one of the highlights was being able to read five or so of the books in this series, including this one.
I love that she includes the recipes for all the dishes Goldy whips up for her various parties.
Goldy's exhusband is a pain in the butt. He is abusive and has an unethical like with the obstetrician life. When a friend of Goldy's come to her to ask how she can get Dr. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Judy A. Gasser
I enjoy Goldie and her predictable but fun mysteries. I also think her recipes always sound so good. That makes this series even more fun.Published 29 days ago by Jennifer Morefield
Love. Diane Mott Davidson's books. Very creative. All of her books keep you wondering what will happen next. Loved this one!!!!Published 1 month ago by Dawn Weiskopff
I would swear this book is new! It looks as if it had never been opened. I'm very happy with this and all my purchases from Amazon!Published 1 month ago by Leslie Millray
I always enjoy the Mott books........funny "who done its" with recipes!Published 3 months ago by Eileen A. Maleske