Review: Sticks & Scones

Sticks & Scones Book Review
4 out of 5 stars to Sticks & Scones, the 10th book in the “Goldy Bear Schultz Culinary” cozy mystery series, written in 2001 by Diane Mott Davidson. When the book is about scones (which I absolutely love), Shakespeare (which is a favorite), and a castle that’s been torn down in England and re-built in Colorado (how cool is that), the book had a very small chance of going wrong. And it didn’t! It was a good mystery, eccentric but fun characters and very tasty-sounding recipes. I never make any of them for two reasons: (1) too many cookbooks to choose from already on my shelves and (2) I rarely use a recipe to cook. I kinda skim it, get the basics and then do whatever I want to do. It’s worked in all but two occasions. Both were in baking. Sometimes the ingredients only work together a certain way. I digress… this was a good one in the series. I enjoyed the whole premise of Hyde Castle and would love to build a place like that myself!

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  1. Diane Mott Davidson… Shame on me, I have never read any of her books. But remember telling you about my twitter friend reading ‘Tough Cookie’ right now? And then this review… the series definitely caught my attention. I think I’ll try reading this series, too!

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