New [Crunch Time] ☆ Diane Mott Davidson


Crunch Time

Crunch Time review Ë 7 His house is set on fire nearly killing Goldy Yolanda Ferdinanda and nine beagle puppies that Ernest recently rescued from a puppy mill Concerned for her friends Goldy invites them to stay with her while the sheriff's department investigates Yet even Goldy's house isn't safe and after a failed break in b. The book was at least 100 pages too long and the mystery too convoluted but I can t help loving Goldy and Tom and their zany friends Still good for a laugh and a uick escapist read

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Crunch Time review Ë 7 Colorado caterer Goldy Schulz cooks up big trouble as she tries to help her longtime friend and fellow chef Yolanda Garcia When the rental house shared by Yolanda and her irrepressible aunt Ferdinanda is destroyed by arson the pair moves in with cop turned PI Ernest McLeod But then Ernest is shot dead and. I ll start by saying I have read every one of the series to this point and have enjoyed most of them very much Mostly that s because I have grown to really know the main characters and I like to see them grow and change But starting with book 13 Dark Tort they seem to have lost something I had hopes after 15 Fatally Flaky once again returned to form with a decent mystery plot but now with this 16th entry in the series I am afraid for the future of the entire series So what s wrong with this one Where should I start There is just way too much going on here Too many characters too many subplots too many attempts to throw the reader off course I suppose with a cozy mystery the reader expects to suspend their disbelief somewhat and just go with it But Goldy just ignores any and all precautions as she goes about gathering clues to solve the murders That happens in most of the books due to her personality but here she really defies logic in gathering evidence There is no way a prosecuting attorney could ever bring the bad guy to justice because virtually 100% of the evidence would be inadmissible Goldy commits all sorts of crimes to gather that evidence as well including multiple BEs false statements to the police even her own husband and yet she gets offended when the police don t share facts with her What was once an endearing uality of Goldy s personality which is what really drives these books has now become simply annoying and making me as a reader have less and less sympathy for her The plot is so convoluted it seems Ms Davidson was making it up as she went along There are so many subplots here with minor characters making one or two sentence appearances that it is hard to follow The long term characters those that have appeared throughout the series make zero strides forward Goldy s son Arch for example is 16 years old now but she still treats him like he was 11 actually dismissing him from the room when the word sex is uttered out loud The mystery itself is weak the surrounding plot was weak and I was looking forward to the last page so I could get on to another book That just ain t a good sign If it wasn t for the setting Colorado and hopes for further growth in characterization I would give up on this series I still may because there are just so many good books out there to spend my time with Ms Davidson is a talented writer as evidenced by her past work Perhaps it s time to move on to a new series

Diane Mott Davidson Ì 7 Summary

Crunch Time review Ë 7 Y an unknown intruder a policeman is assigned to keep an eye on things The action really starts to rev after a second body turns up Swapping her chef's hat for a sleuthing cap the intrepid Goldy turns detective But she's got to move fast It's crunch time to close in on a killer before he can close in on h. What with a ridiculously implausible plot Goldy Schulz s incredibly ill considered interference and author Diane Mott Davidson s apparent inability to distinguish between Santer a and second sight I simply could not force myself to finish Crunch Time despite being a longtime Goldy Schulz fan Only the recipes delectable as always saved this monstrosity from a one star rating

  • Paperback
  • 719
  • Crunch Time
  • Diane Mott Davidson
  • English
  • 05 September 2018
  • 9780062017802

10 thoughts on “New [Crunch Time] ☆ Diane Mott Davidson

  1. says: New [Crunch Time] ☆ Diane Mott Davidson

    New [Crunch Time] ☆ Diane Mott Davidson Diane Mott Davidson's Goldy Bear Culinary mystery series is one of my early favorites and I'm sad that the author isn't writing any There were about 20 books in total but this review is for #16 Crunch Time This was the second or third cozy mystery series I took on and only the second where I've been able to fi

  2. says: New [Crunch Time] ☆ Diane Mott Davidson

    Diane Mott Davidson Ì 7 Summary Read Ñ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ì Diane Mott Davidson New [Crunch Time] ☆ Diane Mott Davidson I'll start by saying I have read every one of the series to this point and have enjoyed most of them very much Mostly that's because I have grown to really know the main characters and I like to see them grow and change But starting

  3. says: New [Crunch Time] ☆ Diane Mott Davidson Diane Mott Davidson Ì 7 Summary

    New [Crunch Time] ☆ Diane Mott Davidson With the death of a friend and cop turned PI and the torching of his home where Yolanda and Ferdinanda ex patriot Cubans have been finding refuge here starts the downward spiral of this book As Goldy tries to hel

  4. says: New [Crunch Time] ☆ Diane Mott Davidson

    New [Crunch Time] ☆ Diane Mott Davidson I love Goldy Schulz and her supporting cast of husband Tom son Archie and best friend Marla Goldy and Tom's relationship reminds me of an episode of I LOve Lucy with Goldy getting into trouble and the Desi character Tom getting her out In other words just fun In this one though there are many troubles One is that it is too long Two the plot

  5. says: review Crunch Time Diane Mott Davidson Ì 7 Summary New [Crunch Time] ☆ Diane Mott Davidson

    New [Crunch Time] ☆ Diane Mott Davidson The book was at least 100 pages too long and the mystery too convoluted but I can't help loving Goldy and Tom and their zany friends Still good for a laugh and a uick escapist read

  6. says: New [Crunch Time] ☆ Diane Mott Davidson Diane Mott Davidson Ì 7 Summary Read Ñ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ì Diane Mott Davidson

    New [Crunch Time] ☆ Diane Mott Davidson fiction – cozy mystery Don't get me wrong – I like cozy mysteries I really do Generally they are light reading without overly gory murders and with interesting and fun characters I've read some of the other b

  7. says: New [Crunch Time] ☆ Diane Mott Davidson

    New [Crunch Time] ☆ Diane Mott Davidson Read Ñ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ì Diane Mott Davidson Diane Mott Davidson Ì 7 Summary What with a ridiculously implausible plot Goldy Schulz's incredibly ill considered interference and author Diane Mott Davidson's apparent inab

  8. says: Read Ñ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ì Diane Mott Davidson Diane Mott Davidson Ì 7 Summary New [Crunch Time] ☆ Diane Mott Davidson

    New [Crunch Time] ☆ Diane Mott Davidson While I still enjoy the author's writing style it's just time to put the series to bed There are only so many times one woman can meddle in police investigations in a lifetime much less during one book without it being ridiculous It's just too silly There's just no attempt to have any respect for the law any Th

  9. says: New [Crunch Time] ☆ Diane Mott Davidson Read Ñ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ì Diane Mott Davidson Diane Mott Davidson Ì 7 Summary

    Read Ñ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ì Diane Mott Davidson New [Crunch Time] ☆ Diane Mott Davidson Diane Mott Davidson Ì 7 Summary I finally finished Crunch Time by Diane Mott Davidson Her Goldy Bear Culinary Mystery Series is one I've enjoyed for many years However the uality of these books has been on a rollercoaster ride Some of them are pretty good Some of

  10. says: review Crunch Time Diane Mott Davidson Ì 7 Summary Read Ñ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ì Diane Mott Davidson

    Diane Mott Davidson Ì 7 Summary New [Crunch Time] ☆ Diane Mott Davidson DisappointingGoldy is always meddling in things that are not her business I am used to that This book aggravated me because she seemed to be willing to place her son and the rest of her family in jeapordy by having women living in her home that had been burned out of their two previous homes I don't care how much she loved

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