The whole enchilada

Diane Mott Davidson

Sound recording - 2013

"Caterer and sleuth extraordinaire Goldy Schulz returns with a bang as she tries to solve a puzzling murder that is much too close to home."

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Mystery fiction
[New York] : HarperAudio p2013.
Physical Description
10 audio discs (12 hours, 30 min.) : digital, CD audio ; 4 3/4 in
Production Credits
Produced by John Marshall Media.
Main Author
Diane Mott Davidson (-)
Other Authors
Barbara Rosenblat (-)
Review by Booklist Review

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.--Zvirin, Stephanie Copyright 2010 Booklist

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