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The Last Suppers by Diane Mott Davidson
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Jan 09, 2010

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#4 in the Goldy Bear culinary mystery series set in a small Colorado town just outside of Denver. This follows the series plot pattern: Goldy finds herself involved with murder while operating her catering business and tries to solve the murder thereby involving herself in life threatening situations, ignoring advice from the police and friends, and just doing what she feels needs to be done whenever it occurs to her while on the way to solving the mystery.

In this story, Goldy's wedding day is interrupted by the murder of the minister who was going to marry her and the kidnapping of the man she's going to marry. This is personal for Goldy so her involvement is more intense. There is also more plot involvement by the disfunctional members of Goldy's church congregation. The positive side is that there is less obnoxious behavior by Goldy's son's and her over protection of him and fewer references to her former abusive husband.
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