Dying for Chocolate
Meet Goldy Bear, a caterer with more than just the dirty dishes to worry about! She's bright, opinionated and wildly inventive cook with a personal life that is a recipe for disaster. Threats from her abusive ex-husband and mounting bills force Goldy to take control of her life - so she accepts a job as a live-in-chef looking after the cream of Aspen Meadow's society. But as it starts to look as though things are on the up for Goldy, her boyfriend Philip is killed in a car crash. Traumatised by witnessing the fatal accident, Goldy is shocked even further when she is attacked by an unknown assailant. Why is she being threatened? What is the mystery surrounding Philip's death? Aspen Meadow's favourite caterer investigates as she works - sharing both her findings and her recipes. If you've got an appetite for mystery you'll love this bestselling US series. A gripping plot is combined with eleven original and delicious recipes - Dying for Chocolate is the perfect blend of sumptuous fare and first class suspense.
- Hardback | 320 pages
- 142.24 x 200.66 x 25.4mm | 226.8g
- 07 Jan 2002
- ALLISON & BUSBY
- London, United Kingdom
About Diane Mott Davidson
Diane Mott Davidson was born in Honolulu, Hawaii, and grew up in Washington D.C and Virginia. She studied political science and art history at Stanford and John Hopkins Universities and is active in volunteer work. She lives in Evergreen, Colorado with her husband and three sons, where she divides her time between cooking and writing.