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In bestseller Davidson's beguiling 17th mystery featuring Aspen Meadow, Colo., caterer Goldy Schulz (after 2011's Crunch Time), Goldy fears that the death of her friend Holly Ingleby immediately following a birthday party she catered was caused by something Holly ate. When Holly—who was part of the unofficial group of emotionally and often physically battered wives that Goldy and mutual friend Marla Korman belonged to—turns out to have died from a medication overdose, the caterer knows she owes it to Holly to investigate. Digging into her friend's past, particularly through the reams of notes Goldy took during long-ago sessions of the support group Amour Anonymous, she discovers unsettling secrets involving Holly and other prominent members of Aspen Meadow society. It becomes clear that whatever tidbits Holly took with her to the grave may have provided a motive for murder. Davidson, as usual, deftly weaves her mouthwatering recipes through the plot, which takes several emotional turns. Agent: Sandra Dijkstra, Sandra Dijkstra Literary Agency. (Sept.) --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
Caterer and amateur sleuth Goldy Schulz has been feeding the population of Aspen Meadow for quite some time now, concocting luscious recipes for clients while solving crimes in her community. In this, her seventeenth culinary conundrum, an old friend is murdered, and Goldy, as usual, finds herself right in the middle of things. Fueled by information from her loose-lipped husband, who works with the county sheriff’s department, Goldy busies herself by poking around in her latefriend’s private life. With help from her feisty, outspoken buddy Marla, Goldy discovers secrets Holly had kept hidden for years, and somewhere between the enchilada suizas, the love-me-tender grilled steaks (recipes appended), and the seemingly endless cups of espresso, she, too, becomes a murderer’s target. The meddling, of course, eventually pays off: a thief goes to jail; a killer is caught; two young friends fall in love; and, best of all, a new character in Goldy’s household promises to add welcome spice to forthcoming culinary adventures. Goldy’s chatty approach to crime and cooking has many fans, and this will find a receptive audience among the Joanne Fluke crowd. --Stephanie Zvirin --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.See all Editorial Reviews
A light fun read even though it;s a Murder Mystery. I enjoyed the cooking and recipes very much. Made me want to go in the kitchen and cook. Read morePublished 5 days ago by ArizonaCaliforniaGirl
Want more from this author....I love Goldy and Tom....I have read them all!Published 7 days ago by Susan Butler
I am a fan of this author but I found this book tiring with all of the questions and suppositions Goldie keeps asking while getting nowhere in her investigation. Read morePublished 7 days ago by dalyn
I fell in love with Goldy over 15 years ago and she still, never fails to deliver. The Whole Enchilada wraps it all up in a spicy pink bow.Published 8 days ago by Analicia
This was a good book. It's nice to revisit the familiar characters. It's like visiting family with all their strengths and flaws, and I loved the twist at the end.Published 9 days ago by Amazon Customer
Miss this book series. It is one of my favorites. Wish there were more new books.Published 10 days ago by Amazon Addict
The series continues with someone killing a good friend of hers. The entire gang is here and MArla is at her best. I imagine MArla to look like Sophie on Two Broke girls. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Kitten
Surprises all the way through. I think it is her best Goldy book yet. Looking forward to trying the recipes.Published 23 days ago by Kindle Customer