Sweet Revenge (Goldy Culinary Mystery, Book 14) - Diane Mott Davidson Review of Catering to Nobody: Book One

Review of Dying for Chocolate: Book Two

Review of The Cereal Murders: Book Three

Reveiew of The Last Suppers: Book Four

Review of Killer Pancake: Book Five

Review of The Main Corpse: Book Six

Review of The Grilling Season: Book Seven

Review of Prime Cut: Book Eight

Review of Tough Cookie: Book Nine

Review of Sticks & Scones: Book Ten

Review of Chopping Spree: Book Eleven

Review of Double Shot: Book Twelve

Review of Dark Tort: Book Thirteen

Unfortunately, due to circumstances discussed in the above reviews, I will not be able to give this book a full review.

*The Gush*

Another good mystery in the Goldy series. Bringing back an old...friend was a great choice and made this book one of the more interesting of the series. I love how part of the time Goldy is the only one who really believes she saw who she saw, though it was sad when she was attacked in, on one level, the worse way she has been yet. The mystery was interesting, though I figured out parts of it fairly easily.

*The Rant*

The map thing might be boring to some people; I enjoyed it because I love history and special collections, but I know a lot of people don't find stuff like that interesting.

*Conclusion*

A great book in the series, it is probably another of my real favorites.