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Davidson, Diane Mott
 

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Diane Mott Davidson's series features Goldie, who is the catering queen of Aspen Meadow, Colorado and who is aided in her sleuthing by homicide cop, Tom Schulz. No matter what the setting, Goldie finds herself involved in the solving of yet another crime. Very likable characters and filled with mouth-watering recipes from Goldy's kitchen. Among the titles are: Catering to Nobody; The Cereal Murders; Dying For Chocolate; The Grilling Season; Killer Pancakes; and The Main Corpse.Discuss your favorite Davidson story below.



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shannon hassler - 02:25pm Jan 19, 2001 PST(#79 of 92)

Fran- Thanks for the info. I'm looking forward to the next mystery.


JuniorMint - 09:17pm Jan 31, 2001 PST(#80 of 92)

Sticks and Scones is out April 3.


Bobbie Jefferrs - 05:09am Apr 17, 2001 PST(#81 of 92)

Just picked up Sticks and Scones at Sam's Club


Lora Jensen - 03:23pm Jan 27, 2002 PST(#82 of 92)

Any idea when her next book will be out now?


Fran Hinkel - 05:09am Feb 15, 2002 PST(#83 of 92)
You can check out anytime you like...but you can never leave!

Due out in June 2002: Chopping Spree


Helena Davis - 12:41pm Jan 10, 2003 PST(#84 of 92)

Hello! I am new here and new to Diane Mott Davidson and Goldy. So I am curious - what is the book order? I like to read new series' in the order they are written and I can't find a list of the book order. If anyone could help I would be thrilled!

Thanks :-)


Ron Selinger - 08:03pm Mar 12, 2003 PST(#85 of 92)

Hey all, I just finished reading "Chopping Spree" and it is great fun! It's highly recommended!


Fran Hinkel - 06:18am May 24, 2003 PST(#86 of 92)
You can check out anytime you like...but you can never leave!

Hi Helena,

Here is the list:

Catering to Nobody (1990)

Dying for Chocolate (1992)

The Cereal Murders (1993)

The Last Suppers (1994)

Killer Pancake (1995)

The Main Corpse (1996)

The Grilling Season (1997)

Prime Cut (1998)

Tough Cookie (2000)

Sticks & Scones (2001)

Chopping Spree (2002)


Susan Daniels - 04:54pm Jul 5, 2003 PST(#87 of 92)

I love this series. Listened to Sticks and Scones book on tape last summer when we drove to Virginia. Is Chopping Spree out in pb yet? This would make a great tv series.


joyce graber - 01:53pm Oct 26, 2003 PST(#88 of 92)

really have enjoyed all of her books that i have read so far. now i see i may have missed 2 of them. she is a very entertaining writer.


Stephen Bailey - 04:40am May 22, 2004 PST(#89 of 92)

Coming Soon The New Goldie mystery

(DOUBLE SHOT)

The Reason for the hiatus, Aparently Mrs. Davidson switched sublishers.


kirsten b - 03:14pm Jul 21, 2004 PST(#90 of 92)

Just started reading these books, but I have gone through most of them. Good books. Just curious, has anyone tried the recipies? Most just seem a bit too complicated for me.


Erika Sorocco - 10:14am Apr 15, 2007 PST(#91 of 92)

I read Catering to Nobody a few years ago, before I was into the whole Food Network and culinary craze. At the time, I wasn't sure whether I liked Goldy's character or not. However, I have just begun reading Dying for Chocolate - I'm about 150 pages in - and I absolutely love her character. The mystery is fun, as well. I think that, as a "foodie," I'm enjoying the book even more. Davidson really seems to have a great knowledge of food and the culinary world, and the recipes - none of which I've tried - really add to the story. This is definitely a series that I'll be reading for years to come.


amanda snuffer - 11:47am Jun 18, 2007 PST(#92 of 92)

just to pass on a little something to everyone..if you like the books by diane then you'll like hannah swensen series by joanne fluke..

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