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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