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Prime Cut (Culinary Mystery Series #8)
     

Prime Cut (Culinary Mystery Series #8)

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by Diane Mott Davidson
 

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A caterer's nightmare...

Caterer Goldy Schulz is convinced things couldn't get worse. An unscrupulous rival is driving her out of business. An incompetent contractor has left her precious kitchen in shambles. And she has just agreed to cater a fashion shoot at a nineteenth-century mountain cabin with her mentor and old friend, French chef André

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Prime Cut (Culinary Mystery Series #8) 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 24 reviews.
HmmmmPB More than 1 year ago
First I want to make it clear that this is a great read as are all of her books. I read it over the weekend and I enjoyed it very much. There is just one other thing that I must say - What on earth happened here?! I can understand and deal with typos. They happen! But come on editors, there were typos on at least 1/2 of the pages and sometimes more than one a page. The name of one of the main recurring characters was wrong 99% of the time. We know our characters and this should have been caught. I'm wondering if it is because I read it as an ebook? Some sort of computer glitch. It was very distracting and I'm not even an English teacher. I'll continue to read her novels ebook and in paper but wow, this was incredibly wrong. On the positive, I'd like to thank my fav writer for the great read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I am reading this series in order and look forward to each book. The further I got in this story the more I just wanted to put it aside. Goldy and her son are becoming increasingly annoying. I get that Arch is a tempermental teenager but Goldy's inability to step up with him, or anyone close to her, and her putting off what should be said or important information shared (she discovers important information regarding the murder but puts off telling anyone until after dinner?), is getting old. Though Marla and Julian don't appear a lot in this story, they are what kept me reading. They add character to the story. I'll continue reading the series but probably won't buy the next book. I'll make a trip to the library instead and see if it's worth continuing with the series. The series, in general, is a fun "no-brainer" read, though this particular story was disappointing. Yes, they are mysteries, but I don't rack my brain trying to figure out whodunit. I kick back in bed or by the pool and just enjoy the read.
summar09 More than 1 year ago
Just like any Diane Mott Davidson read, this is a fast-paced book that is easy to read and keeps you hooked. This is a page turner that involved a dead contractor and Miss G at risk of losing her business!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Diane Mott Davidson is the queen of culinary delights. She has all the perfect plots, schemes and thrills to keep you on the edge of your seat. Be prepared to stay night after night because there is no way you can put it down!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Diane Mott Davidson is the queen of culinary delights. She has all the perfect plots, twists and schemes. I stayed up 3 nights just,intensely,following the 'Sherlok Holmes' caterer.
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Pat Ondarko More than 1 year ago
Love this book. If you like this one youll love bad to thelast drop, by deb lewis &p ondarko. Set in a coffee shop on lake superior, a baristas nightmare.
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