The Main Corpse
Publish date: September 1st 1996
Pages no: 337
Edition language: English
, Food And Drink
, Adult Fiction
, Mystery Thriller
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, Cozy Mystery
Series: A Goldy Bear Culinary Mystery (#6)
For my review of the book my first time reading, please click here. Like so many other reads, the second time through was when I started to notice things. Also, I think I wrote my original review far after I'd read the book. Apparently I'd forgot a lot. There are parts I really like of this book...
Review of Catering to Nobody: Book OneReview of Dying for Chocolate: Book TwoReview of The Cereal Murders: Book ThreeReveiew of The Last Suppers: Book FourReview of Killer Pancake: Book FiveI'm unfortunately not going to be able to give this one the full treatment because I'm reading these too fast ...
The body count continues: four murders. I think that brings us to 19 for the series so far. I like Goldy and these light-hearted stories. I read to be entertained not horrified and this series, though preposterous at times, suits me to a T.
Goldie Schulz is a very inquisitive cater in Colorado who gets wrapped up in the strangest incidents that draw her into danger. Interestingly her cop husband is rarely involved in these adventures though her 14 year old son usually is, go figure. In this one, her best friend Marla is beaten to a p...
This title reminds me of the movie ~ The Cook, The Thief, His wife and her lover. Only because a person is cooked and people are forced to eat him. (It's an ultra-violent movie.) The book isn't violent. Instead, it's about a scam. I'm convinced Goldy has terrible judgement. Her clients always ...