"Most of the grilling that goes on in this story is the verbal kind as caterer Goldy Schulz questions possible suspects about the murder of her ex-husband's girlfriend. She is tugged into this investigation by her son, who wants his crime-solving mother to clear his father's name. Veteran narrator Barbara Rosenblat does a perfect job of capturing Goldy's personality, offhand charm, frustrations, and her dedication to the culinary arts, as well as to her son and the Colorado community in which she lives. It would be hard to imagine anyone else reading this novel. One is perfectly willing to forgive her for using the same voice for all her male characters. The listener can sort them out. This is another great tape for folks who enjoy hearing about cooking, a good murder mystery and listening to a heroine who is likable and well portrayed. D.L.G. (c) AudioFile 2000, Portland, Maine"