The Goldy Mysteries aren't meant to be serious literature or even, I think, all that logical - they're a silly way to make it through vacuuming the li..Show More »
This is the third in the Diane Mott Davidson series and not my favorite. The premise was a stretch, the characters confusing and unrealistic and the m..Show More »
I have just discovered Diane Mott Davidson and I find her books very entertaining. I also like the Narrator and followed her through the Nevada Barr ..Show More »
This mystery is as good as it gets. I couldn't stop listening to this book.
The ingredients I want in a Goldy mystery are all here, and, I might add, in a more generous measure than they have been of late: humor, an involving ..Show More »
Diane Mott Davidson's "Goldy Bear" series is the most uneven of any of the contemporary cozy detective series. A few are absolutely excellent, a coupl..Show More »
This is the first book I have read in this series which was recommended by a friend and I just jumped in and read Prime Cut. I was immediately captiv..Show More »
The combination of Davidson's entertaining storyline and loveable, familiar character's with Rosenblat's ability to bring those characters to life mak..Show More »
The Goldie cooking mysteries is one of my all time favorite series. This book is another in the line of great reads (or listens)! Lots of twists and ..Show More »
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I really WANT to give a higher rating to this book, but I cannot in good faith. I LOVE this series of books, but will read the rest IN PRINT, because ..Show More »
Diana Mott Davidson writes another great story in her Goldy Bear Catering Series. I have read every book in the series and wait for more. I have enjoy..Show More »
Well read as always.A plot with the twists and turns of an accomplished writer. The only thing lacking is the recipes come at the end of the audio ve..Show More »
I categorize the Goldie mysteries as brain candy; fun to read, little substance. This was no exception, and I enjoyed it. Barbara Rosenblatt doesn't s..Show More »
I normally love Davidson's cozy mystery series, but this volume has left me with a sour taste. Goldy barely cooked in this story, and the best parts o..Show More »