Framing the Dialogue

Chopping Spree

choppingChopping Spree by Diane Mott Davidson is in the genre of “light” murder mystery novels with a cooking angle.  In the case of Goldy Schulz, she is a caterer who has a knack for solving murders and is married to a police officer.  The book also contains some of the recipes for the food she is catering.

In this book, Goldy is quite busy and has to cater an upscale event at a mall near Denver.  An old college acquaintance has popped up and hired her to cook for some events.  She is happy to see him again, but senses that something is off with him.

I like to call these “beach books” as they are relaxing reading, but just 3.5 stars for the average Amazon rating.  That’s about right.  I did copy one recipe that I am going to try…

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