Review: Catering to Nobody

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Catering to Nobody
Catering to Nobody by Diane Mott Davidson

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Diane Mott Davidson‘s “Goldy Bear/Schultz” series was one of the first cozy books I began reading. I started with Lilian Jackson Braun‘s “Cat Who” series and found myself intrigued by the genre. As I began doing background research, I realized it all stemmed from my early love of Agatha Christie back in school days.

The Goldy series was a fun read that created a world of characters I enjoyed learning about. Understanding the relationship between the protagonist sleuth and the local police detectives, I quickly fell in line with loving this series. In this first book, the author draws you in and leaves you wanting more providing just enough quirky settings. I think it’s a good approach to have two best friends both recently divorced from the same man — the conflict setup is perfect. As the series continues, more characters appear and the stories get stronger.

Cozy readers will like this series!
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