Known as "the Julia Child of mystery writers," Diane Mott Davidson cooks up gourmet culinary mysteries sure to please the most discriminating palates. Mystery connoisseurs relish her elaborate plots and fast-paced action amid scenic Colorado settings. The luscious recipes included at the end are icing on the cake. Caterer-turned sleuth Goldy Schulz has an unbelievably chaotic life, but she is uncommonly determined. Even a ruined kitchen and a cutthroat competitor can't stop her from solving grisly murder cases or dishing up a tantalizing stream of appetizers, entrees and desserts. When the general contractor who botched Goldy's kitchen remodelling job turns up dead, and a publicity-hungry DA tries to pin it on Goldy's dear friend, the ingredients don't add up. It is up to Goldy to uncover the perfect recipe for murder. Davidson is the New York Times best-selling author of The Grilling Season. With Barbara Rosenblat's zesty narration, this tasty catering mystery becomes a veritable literary feast.
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by Diane Mott Davidson
"Goldy Schulz takes on a rival caterer, solves a historical mystery, and finds a murder--all in the course of catering to a group of models. Rosenblat's interpretation of Goldy gives the character so much dimension that she seems wholly alive. Rosenblat's performance carries through with the others in the cast also, providing realistic, natural interactions and appropriate emotional responses. Adept at the French accent of Andre, Rosenblat nimbly switches to young American male speech for Goldy's son, Arch, and just as adeptly flows into the German accent of the rabbi. Rosenblat's talent, style and interpretations guarantee listening pleasure. P.A.J. (c) AudioFile, Portland, Maine "
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