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I have become a big fan of her books. I'm plowing throught them now, but I just thought to give all her other fans a heads up. I knew the last book in the series was to be called "The Whole Enchilada". It comes out this year. I went to look on Amazon to Pre-order it, but now the book is called "Sweet Revenge" If you type in The Whole Enchilada it takes you to Sweet Revenge. She must have changed the title of her last book.
I just fell into her series about a month ago and I love them. She's finished then, with this last book in September? I've loved them so far and have been dying to try a few of her recipes. I just finished Killer Pancake and love the low fat recipes she created for the book! I'm looking forward to reading her other books.
I've been a fan of her books for a long time - I've read them all and have been waiting a long time for her next Goldy book. I scour her Web site and I must be missing the fact this is the last Goldy book. Can someone point out where that information is? I'd like to find out about it. Thanks.
Just searched the Diane Mott Davidson webpage and from all that she's written there it doesn't seem as though 'Sweet Revenge' is her last book. Sounds like she's still going strong and going on book tours -- so maybe there are many more to come!
I just received Dark Tort from my daughter and as soon as I finish The Floating Admiral (A. Christie) I'll be reading and checking out the recipes. I've tried many of the ones in the entire series, and handed them out to friends who always ask 'You got this recipe where? From a mystery book?'. Such fun
Here's the DMD link http://www.dianemottdavidson.com/
I just came across a copy of "Dark Tort" and it looks really good. I do have a question about this series though: Are these supposed to be read in order? Do I assume that the 'order' is the order that they were published?
Heather- yes, you do need to read these in order.... the characters and their relationships develop, and a few of themysteries are tied to prior plot lines (like in this newest one).