The "New York Times"-bestselling author of "Double Shot" delivers another knockout novel featuring Colorado caterer Goldy Schultz, who's catering a ...Show synopsisThe "New York Times"-bestselling author of "Double Shot" delivers another knockout novel featuring Colorado caterer Goldy Schultz, who's catering a holiday breakfast but finds murder on the menu. Includes recipes for Charles Dickens-inspired dishes.Hide synopsis
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The female-sleuth here is Colorado caterer Goldy Schulz. The premise of this book is that Goldy is investigating the murder of Drew Wellington, the former district attorney. She was setting up for a breakfast she was to cater in the city library when she and the head librarian find the dead body of Mr. Wellington. Of course Goldy has to try to figure out what happened, even though her police detective-husband Tom reminds her to stay out of the case and let the police handle it.
And there is another mystery to be solved: Goldy also thinks she sees a woman who is supposed to be dead named Sandee Brisbane. Sandee murdered Goldy's ex-husband and then committed suicide. Now Goldy wonders if Sandee really did commit suicide? Did they ever find her body? Why was Sandee, or someone who looked just like her, in the library right before they find Mr. Wellington's body?
This book is well written and I would recommend it. The ending is a real page-turner and is quite clever. We discover, along with Goldy, just 'who done it'.
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