The Whole Enchilada: A Novel of Suspense (Goldy Schulz) by Diane Mott Davidson

The Whole EnchiladaReviewed by Nancy Eaton

Goldy and her friend, Holly, had been friends for many years. Holly died immediately after a party Goldy had catered. Could it have been from something Holly ate? The death was blamed on a medication overdose but Goldy wants to make sure and feels she owes it to her friend to investigate.

Holly and Goldy belonged to a group, Amour Anonymous, which consisted of emotionally and often physically battered wives. Goldy looked back at her notes that she had taken during some of the sessions of Amour Anonyous and began to wonder about some of the secrets involving Holly and some of the other members.

A woman who looks like Goldy is stabbed and then Goldy is attacked outside her home. It now appears certain that Goldy is starting to get too close to where someone does not want her to be.

Diane Mott Davidson always writes an excellent cozy mystery. There are just enough details to keep the reader’s interest. The story flows smoothly, the characters are humorous and the plot is one that will keep the reader on their toes but at the same time it is not too complicated. These are fun mysteries to read and great for the beach or one where you will want to just sit down and relax after a hard day’s work!

As always, Diane Mott Davidson adds some scrumptious recipes in the book that you will want to try.

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