Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Done with “Dying for Chocolate” by Diane Mott Davidson

One of the characters in this book actually died for chocolate. I won’t say who. This is a well written book, and even though this is my second time reading it I didn’t remember who the killer was. That’s a good thing because it was a complete surprise to me.

Goldy has a tendency to get so wrapped up in her mysteries that she forgets to take care of herself and her son Arch. Good for the mystery, but bad for her and Arch. Her relationship with investigator Tom Schulz deepens. He cares for her and Arch and tries to watch out for them both.

The book also includes several of Goldy’s recipes for various salads, soups, entrees and desserts. Someday I'll have to try some of these recipes.

You can buy the book here:


Librarian said...

Hmmm... I think I want to read something like this next, once I have finished the book about evolution I am currently reading (and liking very much). I do need to change every now and then; from science books to biographies to cosy mysteries and back. Your blog always reminds me of that part of my reading habits :-)

LadyPI said...

Glad I can give you some good reading ideas!

Juju at Tales of said...

Looks cute :)

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