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Catering to Nobody by Diane Mott Davidson
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Aug 23, 15

really liked it
bookshelves: crime, fiction, mysteries-thrilers, bookcrossing, cozy, cozy-mystery
Read from July 15 to 19, 2010

This was a a light, entertaining book and and fun murder mystery. The first book in the series. Every once in a while, I love to just sit back with a short, fun mystery like this novel. Goldy, a single mom and caterer, finds herself in the middle of a sinister murder plot by catering a wake for one of her son's former teachers. Goldy knows all of the usual suspects, and the handsome sheriff can't help but ask Goldy for her help. This book is a lot of fun, and the recipes sound wonderful! The character of Goldy is a bit whiny at times, but I like the fact that she is plucky and determined to make a better life for herself and Arch. When she gets stressed she cooks, and many of her recipes are included in the book. The food is yummy and the mystery interesting.

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