Review: Dark Tort

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Dark Tort Book Review
3+ of 5 stars to Dark Tort, the 13th book in the “Goldy Bear Schultz Culinary” cozy mystery series, written in 2006 by Diane Mott Davidson. Although I love this series, I would have purchased this book no matter what… the cover is delicious. I love chocolate and had a thing for cooking torts right around the time this book was released. The desserts came out great, but I didn’t use her recipe, as I have one of my own! Anyway… back to the book review… the clever title play in this one is amusing, given it’s all about a law firm. And a character named Dusty… and someone “bites” the “dust.” OK, two bad puns in a row, I better wrap this one up. A good mystery for the series. Fun characters. Typical book in the series. Worth a read. I know we’re coming up on the end of the series, which is a good thing… as 15 should be the max. The setting is the best part of this one, as Goldy gets to travel all around town, more than usual, and learns a lot about the law!

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3 thoughts on “Review: Dark Tort

    carhicks said:
    May 30, 2017 at 6:59 AM

    I have never read any books from this series or author, I will have to check it out. Should I read the first one before the others, or does it matter?

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      James J. Cudney IV responded:
      May 30, 2017 at 7:05 AM

      There are 17 in total. Goldy, the main character, dates for a few books, then re-marries. Some family members come in and out, a few are killed… so if you don’t want to be confused with those types of changes, you’d need to read in order. If you just want to sample, read the first one and you’ll know if you like the style. They are fairly consistent. I like the series and most are average to good. None are really poor or bad reads. Just simple plots.

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