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Catering to Nobody (Goldy Bear Culinary Mystery, Book 1) - Diane Mott Davidson
Catering to Nobody (Goldy Bear Culinary Mystery, Book 1)
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3.00 5
ISBN: 9780449458822 (0449458822)
Publisher: Fawcett Books
Edition language: English
Series: A Goldy Bear Culinary Mystery (#1)
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Degrees of Affection
Degrees of Affection rated it
5.0 Catering to Nobody - Yes, it was already time for a re-read
Author: Diane Mott Davidson Format: Audiobook Narrator: Barbara Rosenblat Source: Library online Recommended: Re-read; different format For my review of the story when I read it last year, please click here to go to another window. Reading back over it, I found it said everything I would reiterate...
Lisa (Harmony)
Lisa (Harmony) rated it
2.0 Catering to Nobody (Goldy, Book 1)
From the beginning this was a bit too cutesy for me. The first person narrator and protagonist, "Goldy Bear" is a caterer in Aspen Meadow, Colorado, and her motto is "just right." At regular intervals we get complete recipes like "Dungeon Bars" and "Wild Man Wild Rice." Also, the romantic interest...
Degrees of Affection
Degrees of Affection rated it
*4.8 Stars*Scorecard: (Out of 10)* Quality of Writing - 10* Pace - 10* Plot development - 8* Characters - 10* Enjoyability - 10* Insightfulness - 9* Ease of Reading - 10* Photos/Illustrations - NAFinal Score: 67/70 = 96%*The Gush*I will admit to coming late to the whole ‘Amateur’ mystery genre, part...
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4.0 Catering to Nobody
The first in the Goldy Bear Culinary Mystery series, "Catering to Nobody" starts off with a death, a suicide to be exact - or is it? Then an incident happens that ends up shutting down Goldy Bear's business until things are straightened out, but Goldy isn't waiting around for the police - she needs ...
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3.0 Catering to Nobody
I would have given this book more than three stars if Goldy wasn't so dense in parts of this book. Sometimes she was competent enough to connect the dots. But, then there were many more instances where she couldn't manage to make blatantly obvious assumptions. I don't like figuring out the mystery h...
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