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Goldy Korman, owner of Goldilocks Catering, prepares a beer and hors d'oeuvres celebration for a group of wealthy investors at the entrance to a gold mine. Fradulent assays, a missing company executive, mudslides, murder?and fabulous recipes?add up to delightful reading.
Copyright 1996 Reed Business Information, Inc.
An exceedingly wet spring in Aspen, Colorado, seems to have dampened the need for a caterer, so Davidson's caterer-sleuth Goldy Schulz is not in a position to refuse her friend Maria's urging to cater a reception for Prospect Financial Partners' wealthy investors at the Eurydice Gold Mine. Despite risks of rock and mud slides from the saturated ground, Goldy grimly hauls her equipment up into the mountains^--only to witness Maria openly engaged in verbal warfare with one of the company's partners over the validity of an assay report on the mine's prospects. When that partner disappears the next day with more than $3 million in investor funds and the other partner^-Maria's current boyfriend--also goes missing, Maria is arrested on suspicion of murder. Goldy, of course, is determined to help despite the active discouragement of her policeman-husband. Davidson serves up yet another spirited romp in the Colorado Rockies, with Goldy's excellent recipes again interspersed amid the sleuthing. Stuart MillerSee all Product Description
Unlike most of the other reviewers, I did not dislike this book. I thought the story had energy and speed. Read morePublished on May 27 2004 by K. Hill
"The Main Corpse" is one of Davidson's lesser efforts in the Goldy Bear Schulz series, but still lively enough to make it worth your while. Read morePublished on Aug. 26 2003 by Karen Sampson Hudson
Like many others who are complaining about this book, I love all of the other ones that I have read by the author. Read morePublished on Aug. 8 2003
The recipes sound great, but I found the plot unbelievable and contrived. Having read most of the other books in this series I felt like I knew Goldy Schultz. Read morePublished on Feb. 10 2003
This is the first book by Diane Mott Davidson that I've attempted. I struggled through the first 90 pages, and then decided it wasn't worth my time. Read morePublished on Dec 31 2002 by A reader
I have really enjoyed reading Diane Mott Davidson, but this book was so frustrating to read! Reading throug 10 pages of soup taste testing almost sent me over the edge. Read morePublished on July 21 2002 by Momof3
This mystery has Goldy the caterer involved in a murder in which her best friend is being charged. Somehow Goldy, her family, friends and clients become entangled in a financial... Read morePublished on June 21 2000 by jeanne-scott