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The Whole Enchilada (A Goldy Bear Culinary Mystery #17)

Caterer and sleuth extraordinaire Goldy Schulz jumps from the frying pan into the fire as she tries to solve a puzzling murder that is much too close to home, in this latest entry in the New York Times bestselling series from "today's foremost practitioner of the culinary whodunit" (Entertainment Weekly)The Whole Enchilada Goldy Schulz knows her food is to die for, but she never expects one of her best friends to actually keel over when she's leaving a birthday party Goldy has catered. At first, everyone assumes that all the fun and excitement of the party, not to mention the rich fare, did her in.But what looks like a coronary turns out to be a generous serving of cold-blooded murder. And the clever culprit is just getting cooking.When a colleaguea woman who resembles Goldyis stabbed, and Goldy is attacked outside her house, it becomes clear that the popular caterer is the main course on a killer menu. With time running out, Goldy must roll up her sleeves, sharpen her knives, and make...

Title : The Whole Enchilada (A Goldy Bear Culinary Mystery #17)
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ISBN : 9780061348174
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 384 pages
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The Whole Enchilada (A Goldy Bear Culinary Mystery #17) Reviews

  • Lynn

    This is the 17th book in the Goldy Schulz Culinary Mystery series. Goldy Schulz is a caterer who lives in Aspen Meadow, Colorado, 40 miles from Denver. This book opens with her son Arch's 17th birthday party. The party is chaotic, and ends with the murder of of one Goldy's good friends. Clues and food abound, as well as some fatal near misses for Miss G, as her husband Tom refers to Goldy. There are some delightful red herrings, and a mystery that is not quite as easy to deduce as some I have re ...more

  • Elizabeth

    The Whole Enchilada, the 17th book in Diane Mott Davidson's Goldy Bear Culinary Mystery series, is the apparent conclusion to the series. The story stumbles to a rather too-simple conclusion to a series for which I had somewhat higher hopes. Readers of the series may as well finish it out with The Whole Enchilada, but don't expect to be fulfilled at the end.

    As with the previous installments in the series, main character Goldy the caterer stumbles into The Whole Enchilada and, despite being distr

  • Alissa

    Skimmed to finish. Felt like the end was the end of the series. and if it is I think series fans would be happy with Goldy'S ending. I am bored by Goldy and find this was formulaic and filled with filler.

  • cat

    So trashy and fun and not very well-written. I will never stop reading this series, which I started back when Diane Mott Davidson did! And I will question her sense of time in EVERY book which has ridiculous amounts of things crammed in an hour. Suspension of disbelief for vacation reading, ya'll.

  • rivka

    A good ending to a series I have really enjoyed . . . . although WAY too much happened, and way too quickly, in the epilogue.

  • Diane

    For some reason that I cannot explain, I keep reading these mysteries. I think I do it just to see if Goldy and the other characters have changed at all. In this particular book (her last?), all I can say is that Goldy is slightly less strident than she has been in previous stories. She's still clumsy, headstrong, arrogant, and overly-protective of Arch (who is still bratty as usual) and marginalizes Tom. As with past stories, this one also has a number of twists and turns and the one redeeming ...more

  • James

    A fitting end to a good series. I will miss reading more of Goldy's antics! Perhaps it will come back again... :( The characters were always so vivid.

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  • Jenny

    This was a fun, simple murder mystery to read. A friend lent it to me to read after I raved about a cookie recipe she shared with me and told me the recipe came from a Diane Mott Davidson book. Each of her Goldy Schulz books includes recipes at the end. Goldy is a caterer / sleuth and there are many references to food in the book which will make your mouth water. It isn't the most well written book I've ever read or anything .. but it was fun and a good distraction.