The Main Corpse : Goldy Bear Culinary

  • by Diane Mott Davidson
  • Narrated by Barbara Rosenblat
  • Series: Goldy Bear Culinary
  • 9 hrs and 59 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Diane Mott Davidson has been called "the Julia Child of mystery writers". Critics and fans alike can't resist coming back for more helpings of her best selling culinary mystery series, which includes Catering to Nobody and Dying for Chocolate.Nasty weather has put Goldy's catering schedule on the skids for weeks. Now, happy to be working again, she looks forward to whipping up a sumptuous dinner for two wealthy clients who are celebrating their new venture - the reopening of the Eurydice Gold Mine. But when one of the men disappears, and her best friend is accused of murder, Goldy must find out who has turned the feast into a fiasco.Davidson's spirited characters and narrator Barbara Rosenblat's irresistible voice create a combination that has just the right touches of humor, danger, and suspense. And all of Goldy's tantalizing recipes are included at the conclusion of The Main Corpse. You'll find tasty dishes like Tomato-Brie Pie and Chocoholic Cookies. There's even a treat for four-footed gourmets: Jake's Dog Biscuits.


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Customer Reviews

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More of What I like in a Goldy Mystery!

The ingredients I want in a Goldy mystery are all here, and, I might add, in a more generous measure than they have been of late: humor, an involving and
intriguing mystery, entertaining banter, and of course, the mouth watering recipes. I found the Killer Pancake to be kind of depressing, so I was relieved
that this book was such a better read. Barbara Rosenblat, as always, is a pleasure to listen to; love her. I have already purchased the next title Audible
offers, and am looking forward to it. More of the dog, Jake and the nut, McGuire; I don't want to spend my reading time thinking about the vain promises
on beauty jars, (apologies to Joni Mitchell), I like my culinary mysteries to have a bit of leavening , and this one has it.
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- Purdy Oaten

Not up to par with other books.

I have read the previous books in this series and was satisfied. This book is also pretty good. I don't like the narrator. She sound old. Goldy is supposed to be in her eayly 30s but this woman sounds like she is in her fifties. Another thing I did not like was that Goldy seem to lack common sense in this book. I don't want to give too much away, but there are some things about the law that everyone should know. All in all, it was a nice way to pass the time on my way to work. I will buy the next in the series.
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- Dianna

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-23-2008
  • Publisher: Recorded Books