Barbara Rosenblat does an outstanding job narrating this 'light hearted' murder mystery. I love her semi-sarcastic style! The story was not 'corney'..Show More »
Barbara Rosenblat is FANTASTIC. Yes, I'm using caps because she deserves them. The book was only okay for me. It had some good parts mostly to do w..Show More »
This is the first book I have listened to from this author and I think I am hooked. I can't wait to get my next credits.
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 »
A delightful mystery. (that's not fair, I have so much more to say, LOL)
I've listened to all of the other Goldilocks catering books and have really enjoyed the characters, the plots and the recipes.
Not this book--it..Show More »
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 »