A New York Times Bestselling AuthorGoldy Shulz has a lucrative new gig preparing breakfasts and conference room snacks for a local law firm. It's time-consuming, but Goldy is enjoying it - until the night she arrives to find the firm's paralegal - Goldy's friend and neighbor - dead. And now her grieving mother begs Goldy to find out who murdered ...
A New York Times Bestselling AuthorGoldy Shulz has a lucrative new gig preparing breakfasts and conference room snacks for a local law firm. It's time-consuming, but Goldy is enjoying it - until the night she arrives to find the firm's paralegal - Goldy's friend and neighbor - dead. And now her grieving mother begs Goldy to find out who murdered her daughter. Just because the police are on the case doesn't mean Goldy can't do a little snooping (and catering) too. Before long, Goldy is knee-deep in suspects, one of whom is very dangerous and very liable to cook Goldy's goose. Available only in the Distribution 5 & deluxe.
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Publishers Weekly, 2006-07-10 Rosenblat is a performer of many tempos. When caterer Goldy Schulz trips over a corpse and searches for help, Rosenblat speaks at a heart-pounding pace to draw the listener right into the narrative. After the body is taken care of and the flying flour has settled, Rosenblat slows to chart Goldy's methodical search for the killer. But Rosenblat saves smoother tones for the cooking scenes between Goldy and her police detective husband, Tom. Eating is more enjoyable for Goldy than cooking, so Rosenblat lays on her silkiest tones for the dinner scenes between the couple and their son. It's probably best not to listen to this audio on an empty stomach. Rosenblat has her hands full as she deftly and singlehandedly performs a soap-opera sized cast with aplomb. There are recipes at the end of the last CD, and there are lots of good food preparation tips along the way, so listeners will want to take notes. Simultaneous release with the Morrow hardcover (Reviews, Mar. 6). (May) Copyright 2006 Reed Business Information.
Publishers Weekly, 2006-03-06 At the start of bestseller Davidson's delicious 13th culinary adventure featuring caterer Goldy Schulz (after 2004's Double Shot), Goldy stumbles over the body of neighbor Dusty Routt, a paralegal at Hanrahan & Jule, a boutique law firm in Aspen Meadow, Colo., with which Goldy has a lucrative contract to provide breakfasts and occasional lunches for its attorneys and well-heeled clients. By all accounts, Dusty's future was bright, no longer overshadowed by a tragic, poverty-stricken past. Her untimely death shatters her mother and grandfather, still reeling from the death of her brother while in police custody. When Dusty's mother, who distrusts the police, asks Goldy to investigate, the caterer feels she can't refuse. Between catering jobs, teaching son Arch how to drive and assuaging her own grief, Goldy chases down clues with the help of her policeman husband, Tom, and her catering partners. Though a few stones remain unturned (perhaps intentionally), Davidson delivers another entertaining whodunit with delectable recipes. (May) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved
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