The first novel from the Queen of the Culinary Mystery! While catering a wake, Goldy is horrified when her former father-in-law is nearly killed by a ...Show synopsisThe first novel from the Queen of the Culinary Mystery! While catering a wake, Goldy is horrified when her former father-in-law is nearly killed by a cup of poison-laced coffee. Investigating officer Tom Schulz, though smitten with Goldy and her food, is forced to shut down her business--forcing Goldy to root out the person responsible for attempted murder. Includes never-before-published recipes. Martin's Press.Hide synopsis
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This is the first book in the Goldy catering series.
Goldy lives in Aspen Meadow Colorado and is a divorced mom of a young boy named Arch. Her birth name is Gertrude Bear and she uses her nick-name of Goldy because she has blond hair. She has a degree in psychology, but hasn?t found a way to pay the bills with it. Since she?s a good cook, she started a catering business.
This book opens with Goldy catering at a wake for a deceased teacher - one of her son?s in fact. During the meal, someone is poisoned and Goldy is a suspect. Unfortunately her business has been shut down, and so she is catering to nobody.
I enjoyed this book but thought the characters were all pretty intense. I suppose that is quite realistic given all that has happened to Goldy and her son. I also enjoyed the banter between Goldy and police detective Tom Shultz, who has taken a personal interest in Goldy.
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