Dark Tort: A Novel of Suspense (Goldy Culinary Mysteries) - 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

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

*The Gush*

I find this one particularly sad. The mystery is complicated enough but the facts making it up are pitiful (not as clues but in their existence), the deaths are sad, and the reasons are very sad. This one I figured about half of it out but it was not entirely clear to me. The saddest part was seeing Dusty's family not deal with her death. A decent continuation of the series, but I just overall found it sad and depressing.

*The Rant*

The front of this book is a bit more gruesome then others I've seen. Also, I really liked Dusty and hated to have her be one of the victims.

*Conclusion*

As a mystery, this is a good continuing of the series, but it has to be one of the saddest 'cozy' mystery I've ever read.