Dark Tort (Culinary Mystery Series #13)

Dark Tort (Culinary Mystery Series #13)

by Diane Mott Davidson
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Dark Tort (Culinary Mystery Series #13) by Diane Mott Davidson

Caterer Goldy Schulz's lucrative new gig, preparing breakfasts and conference room snacks for a local law firm, is time-consuming, but she's enjoying it . . . until the night she arrives to find Dusty, the firm's paralegal, dead. The deceased also happened to be Goldy's friend and neighbor, and now Dusty's grieving mother is begging Goldy to find out who murdered her daughter.

Just because the police are on the case doesn't mean Goldy can't do a little snooping herself. While catering a party at the home of one of the firm's lawyers, she just happens to overhear an incriminating conversation. She also discovers a few tasty clues in the kitchen. Before long, Goldy finds herself knee-deep in suspects. But one of them is incredibly dangerous . . . and very liable to cook Goldy's goose.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780061807565
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 10/13/2009
Series: Culinary Mystery Series , #13
Sold by: HARPERCOLLINS
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 464
Sales rank: 41,973
File size: 957 KB

About the Author

Diane Mott Davidson is the author of seventeen bestselling novels. She divides her time between Colorado and Florida.

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Dark Tort 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 44 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I've read all the books in the series, and this will be my last. How odd that a sledge hammer was a feature in the book, because that's how I felt about the entire thing...hammer into the reader's head the same thing over and over again just in case we're too blind to see it. Add the charm of a wet noodle, absolutely no humor, plenty of whining and self pity and more references to past books than actual plot then drag it all down to a snail's pace and it all adds up to one incredibly boring book. You know whodunit and why withing the first 50 pages, and by the end when Goldy does her usual act of extreme stupidity (and you just know how she'll be saved this time) you don't really care. By the end of the book the only character I could still stomach was Julian. Maybe it's time to drop Goldy and follow this young man...he seems to be the only one with a brain and compassion and can still function in the face of disaster, with a smile.
AnnCarol More than 1 year ago
Loved the mystery and how they incorporated cooking into the story.
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Although this is't my favorite book in the series, it was still entertaining & had an exciting ending.
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Davidson never fails to both intrigue, entertain and certainly widen our recipe files. May she never stop. I loved this one
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mjtprn More than 1 year ago
yummy, good recipes
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