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Sunday, September 29, 2013

Cozy Mystery Review - The Whole Enchilada by Diane Mott Davidson



Release Date - August 27, 2013


William Morrow

Book Review by Bob Walch

Here’s another Goldy Schultz adventure to sink your teeth into. The caterer and sometimes sleuth really has her plate full this time. First, a good friend drops dead as she leaves a birthday party catered by Goldy. Hope it wasn’t something she ate!

After a fellow caterer who resembles Goldy is stabbed and then Goldy is attacked outside her own home, it looks like someone is out to get the popular caterer.

Obviously, Goldy is either being targeted for some reason or this is a mega-case of mistaken identity. Either way, it’s time to leave the kitchen to track down this deranged or confused killer who is making Goldy’s life a little too exciting.

As with the previous 17 novels in this delicious, culinary mystery series, you’ll find some mouthwatering recipes at the back of the book. You can whip up a batch of Spicy Brownies to nibble while reading or enjoy some Enchiladas Suizas or one of Goldy’s Chef Salads afterwards.

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