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Between trying to solve the riddle of the castle ghost, keep her son Arch and her wounded husband safe, and get the food on the table while it's still hot, Goldy is up to her elbows in trouble. The would-be lord of the manor still looks like a business-builder for Goldy, but his Swiss-born wife seems a little wacky. And even from a sickbed, Tom's got a crime wave on his hands that seems to involve Goldy's ex, his flashy new girlfriend, the castle owner, and the dead man Goldy found floating in the castle moat. Not to mention a woman Tom once loved, who seems to have returned from the dead and is causing Goldy no end of distress. But Diane Mott Davidson's gutsy, multitalented series heroine (Prime Cut, Tough Cookie) triumphs again--the proof is in the reading as well as the eating in this fast-paced, frothy dessert. --Jane Adams --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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Goldy gets to cater in a real castle brought to Colorado from England. This will be a real treat for Goldy until she has her window at home shot out, then finds a body in the... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Judy A. Gasser
I'm reading right now and again Diane has another hit with Goldy Can hardly wait to finish the book, then start her next one. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Richard Arp
Have not found any of hers I didn't like good clean mystery. Can't wait for next one.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
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I love this series. Found it by accident at the library and enjoy it! Love the characters and the recipesPublished 4 months ago by Miss Kate
One problem I have with Goldy is that she lets her son treat her like dirt. I don't care if "the jerk" is like that. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Beverly C. Marshburn