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Publisher's Summary

Diane Mott Davidson, Queen of the Culinary Mystery, has once again constructed a clever recipe for murder and mystery. With The Last Suppers, she continues to whet her listeners' appetites both for good reading and good food.

Caterer Goldy Bear's wedding day becomes a nightmare when her groom, homicide detective Tom Schulz, calls her from a murder scene and then vanishes. Her only clue to his disappearance is a cryptic note dropped at the scene of the crime. Its biblical references lead her to search for a Judas among her friends in the church congregation.

Discovering intrigue in the most unlikely places, Goldy is so distraught that she's hearing voices in her head. Will she be a widow before she's a bride?

Barbara Rosenblat's lively narration is captivating. Whether listeners are listening to the unsavory details of the well-constructed murder plot, or learning the author's original recipes for delectable Monster Cinnamon Rolls and Chocolate Truffle Cheesecake, they won't want the book to end.

©1994 Diane Mott Davidson (P)1997 Recorded Books, LLC.

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Implausible plot

While I liked the main characters from reading previous books in this series, I found this storyline ridiculous - with long, dull discussions on Episcopal doctrine that completely distracted from the mystery. I’ll give the next book in the series a try in the hope that it can redeem this series.

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Great characters and recipes.

Touching, twisting, turning, and tantalizing as the mysteries unravel with small town gossip that simmers as much as the cooking through out the story! Barbra Rosenblat narration makes you feel wrapped in the world of Goldie Bear and participating not just listening.

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Good Read

I have just discovered Diane Mott Davidson and I find her books very entertaining. I also like the Narrator and followed her through the Nevada Barr series.

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Enjoyably Unbelievable

I enjoy all of the Goldy Schultz books, but find it concerning that a person would take so much abuse from people! Supporting characters are so rude, selfish and ridiculous, that I’m torn between stress that she allows it and laughing from the absurdity that so many people can be so mean. And what woman could survive all the physical trauma and injuries she endured in each book? How can she cook and serve multiple course meals while solving crimes in such injured states. Still-great fun.

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could of been a better story, lacked morals

she's a hypocrite pretending to be religious and sleeping with her boyfriend. it would of been a good book if she had been more devoted to Christ and tried harder to keep his commandments

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All suspense, no breaks

This book was hard to listen to because it felt like it was constant suspense, no breaks. The characters are selfish people gossiping about each other constantly to the point where I hated all of the characters because no one ever told the truth. Super annoying. I felt like I was tied up in knots trying to follow it because everything seemed SO IMPORTANT to the story. Turns out only a few clues even mattered anyway, and it felt like a let down at the end. I love this author but now I know why my library doesn't carry this one!

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Repetitive and ill conceived

Look, I love this group of characters and this series, but this episode in the Goldie saga plays like the publisher was pushing Diane to knock one out quick and the editor never saw it. Fortunately it’s not very long. The premise of the rogue priest is a non starter and I got tired of hearing her call her fiancé by his full name over and over. But you have to love Goldie!!

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Great story!

Another triumph, well done! I can't wait to listen to the next! Great Listen :-)

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This series so far has held my attention. I love Goldie and her approach to life and look forward to future readings of her books.

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Great to listen to in the car!

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Very good listen, really enjoyed the characters and story. Don't read expecting it to be realistic but fun.

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