The Diva Cooks A Goose

The Diva Cooks A Goose

Book - 2010
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Sophie Winston gets wrapped up in a holiday murder in the fourth Domestic Diva mystery...

It promises to be a jolly holiday for Sophie until a Scrooge steals the Christmas gifts from her family and neighbors. The evil elf even pinches their Christmas dinners! Sophie quickly ends the neighbors' finger-pointing by organizing a toy swap for the kids, restoring the spirit of Christmas. But not for long...

When her sister-in-law's father shows up to the Christmas celebration with a diva girlfriend just a month after his separation, someone carries out everyone's thoughts of murder. With relatives and friends under suspicion for the deadly deed, and Sophie's detective boyfriend Wolf out of town, it's up to Sophie to chase this goose and cook it. Nobody ruins her Christmas!

Includes delicious recipes and entertaining tips!
Publisher: New York : Berkley Prime Crime, 2010
Edition: Berkley Prime Crime mass-market ed
ISBN: 9780425238257
Branch Call Number: MF DAVIS
Characteristics: xii, 290 p. ; 18 cm

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ballerina101
Jan 18, 2017

Fun and festive mystery - cute recipes to try

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colie2k
Dec 15, 2016

I am an avid Joanne Fluke reader but am all caught up on her books so I needed a new cozy mystery series. I am really enjoying The Diva Series! The characters are fun and the mysteries are enough to keep you engaged. Don't be expecting tons of great recipes like Fluke's books but still fun read for a foodie who likes mysteries. 

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thebritlass
Nov 23, 2015

You don't have to have read the other books in this series to enjoy this Christmas mystery. While the culprit might be detected earlier, there are enough plausible suspects to make the ending a surprise.

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ggrandel
Oct 08, 2015

Good cozy mystery. I like the family dynamic. Has all the right ingredients of a good cozy.

loblollyrosa Dec 09, 2013

One of the better Christmas themed whodunits. Number 4 of the series.

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colie2k
Dec 15, 2016

The characters are fun and the mysteries are enough to keep you engaged. Don't be expecting tons of great recipes like Fluke's books but still fun read for a foodie who likes mysteries. 

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