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Catering to Nobody by Diane Mott Davidson
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Mar 20, 2009

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Diane Mott Davidson is the writer of a murder mystery series about heroine Goldie Bear. Goldie, who is a professional caterer, is always cooking up something good (with some recipes included). With that said, she is also always happening into a crime scene (or being accused of one). There is definitely some wit and humour to this book and the element of wanting to read just a few more pages, or chapters, to see who done it. The problem is I felt a little smutty by the time I finished the book. There is no graphic sex but there always seems to be a sex crazed maniac killer out there posing as a regular guy and getting away with it (till Goldie comes along). It might make for a good villian but still, I don't like feeling like I need to wash up after reading a book. That's it for me with this author. As Simon Cowell would say, "Sorry."

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