A Corpse in the Soup
Identical twin sisters Goldie and Godiva take a wild and funny romp through the glitzy world of TV chefs - in search of a killer.
When Godiva Olivia DuBois, a.k.a. G.O.D. - an advice columnist from Beverly Hills - takes her niece Chili to a taping of the TV cooking show Flirting with Food she's selected from the audience as a food taster - and winds up in the hospital with...more
What's wrong with a damn good laugh?
This novel is a rollicking, funny, bizarre, witty and thoroughly entertaining story about the world of TV chefs in particular.Those that lord it over the kitchens of our finer hotels, restaurants and cafes are on par with these precious, moody, jealous prima donnas..
I know, as my son was a very talented chef who had the good sense to quit the sc ...more
Some one is sabotaging the cooking show of America's favorite Chef. Food testers are coming down with food poisoning, the Baked Alaska is blowing up and the paprika is as hot as Hades. But who would do this and why?
When I was young I enjoyed playing the board game "Clue." What made this game so much fun were the characters. So now I want to introduce you to the characters of A Corpse in the Soup. Let's see if you c ...more
This debut novel is the introduction to a series involving Goldie Silver, an antique dealer in Juneau, Alaska and her sister, Godiva, an advice columnist that goes by G.O.D. (Godiva Olivia DuBois.) Godiva is flooded with mail and needs help...now. Enlisted to help is the twin's 80yr o ...more
Well read by Stephanie Brush. I enjoy most anything she reads.
This tale is centered around the Silver Sisters.. One lives in Alaska and her twin lives in Beverly Hills. Although identical twins their life styles and personalities are very different.
Their elderly, Jewish mother and Uncle live with the sister in Beverly Hills and add fun "color" to the tale.
This isn't a "high tension" murder mystery but it was a fun listen.
I especially enjoyed that the story took place in the same neighborhood where I grew up (and the heroines went to my high school) and that the family was Jewish, with the typical lingo, speech patterns, and use of Yiddish terms.
Great mystery as well and the older members of the Silver family are hilarious!