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    Book Review 3 of 5 stars to The Cereal Murders, the third book in the Goldy Bear Culinary mystery series, published in 1993 and written by Diane Mott Davidson I m a fan of this series, enjoying the charming antics of the cozy little town, the delicious sounding recipes and the mystery fun each book includes Another good installment in the series, it falls somewhere in the middle range of best and worst, nothing to extraordinary but nothing much of fault.Focused on the intensity of college preparation, the students at Elk Prep, where Goldy s son, Arch, goes to school, are preparing for college Goldy s sort of adopted son, Julian, is a senior there and is suddenly suspected when the school valedictorian is found murdered at a dinner He wasn t well liked, but Goldy discovers a web of secrets he was hiding Then a teacher is murdered and Goldy s starting to fear for her own life, especially when she s uncovering and unexpected dirt Her relationship with Tom Schultz moves forward as they investigate the case The highlight Julian He s always been my favorite character, and I admit, I might have a small crush on him Ha Usual cozy fun A few red herrings A town connected underneath the surface Marla looks out for Julian at some point Even Arch is glad to be part of the process Plus, who doesn t love some cereal for a meal About Me For those new to me or my reviews here s the scoop I read A LOT I write A LOT And now I blog A LOT First the book review goes on Goodreads, and then I send it on over to my WordPress blog at where you ll also find TV Film reviews, the revealing and introspective 365 Daily Challenge and lots of blogging about places I ve visited all over the world And you can find all my social media profiles to get the details on the who what when where and my pictures Leave a comment and let me know what you think Vote in the poll and ratings Thanks for stopping by Note All written content is my original creation and copyrighted to me, but the graphics and images were linked from other sites and belong to them Many thanks to their original creators polldaddy poll 9729544 polldaddy poll 9719251

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    a little paragraph that just made me so happy from page 38 He reached into the front pocket of his sweatshirt and pulled the rock out So much for fingerprints But the rock was tennis ball size and jagged It probably wouldn t have held a print anyway As a real life CSI, it gets old when books movies tv shows all indicate that prints CAN and ARE pulled off everything from glass to oranges to rocks In real life, it just doesn t happen Nice to see it in a book Another win for the Goldy series Just a good little mystery, and I didn t see the ending coming After it got spelled out, I was like well of course but I didn t see it before that.

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    There is a fine line between sarcasm and bitchy, Goldie crosses the line too often It was hard to get into the mystery when I was weary of all her griping None of the characters grabbed me, but the story was still interesting We have an exclusive school of rich children with parents ready to do whatever it takes to get their offspring into the best colleges From bribes to murder and everything in between So even though I didn t like the heroine and felt that the side characters never fleshed out, the story was interesting.

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    Caterer Goldy Bear gets caught up in the murder of a high school student who attends Elk Park Prep School While busily catering for friends and acquaintances in the prep school town circle, she manages to assist friend homicide inspector Tom Schulz in the investigation Interesting characters make this a fun read with recipes interspersed throughout the text.

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    I wished I liked Goldy as a character better She tends to grate on my nerves.

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    Though this book suffered from a slow start, it soon sped up and became an entertaining read that I couldn t wait to finish,I had read the last book in this series in December of last year, so it took me a while to get reaquainted with the characters, but after I warmed up to them they were fun Goldy is blunt, funny, and fiercely protective of those around her, but yet Ms Davidson shows that Goldy isn t perfect in multiple instances throughout the book I especially loved reading about the school Julian and Arch go to and I thought the author portrayed the cut throat way academics are in some schools wonderfully.The mystery was good, there was a couple of abstract clues through the book that you don t pick up on until the end and the killer took me by surprise.Overall a very enjoyable read The Cereal Murders gets 4 5 stars

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    3 in the Goldy Bear Culinary Mystery seriesThis series is getting better and better I d rate this 4.5 stars if I could This was my favorite so far, probably because it was than a cozy mystery It also included some romance with Tom Schultz , some chick lit with Julian s and Arch s school issues , as well as foodie fiction I love hearing about Goldy s menus and catering jobs Davidson makes it seem so fun and casual while still being very professional This time Goldy is involved with a murder of a student at the school, with everyone getting intense about SAT s and college applications Julian is a senior so is in the middle of all of the action Barbara Rosenblatt really does an excellent job voicing Goldy, and Schulz has a nice low sexy drawl too I particularly enjoy her emphasis and enthusiastic narration style She really adds to my enjoyment.

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    I have read most of this series, so was glad to see on my list that I have a few I have missed and can still read for the first time Goldy Bear, caterer extraordinaire, never fails to entertain..in so many ways This is a very good series, a favorite of mine, with great characters and plots that you have to work hard at to figure out before the bad guy is revealed That is not always easy, which is a plus to me

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    Engaging mysteries, and fun recipes The only thing I don t like about these books are her relationship with her son, and the fact that characters who are considered good friends seem to appear and disappear at random Otherwise I recommend them, they definitely suck you in.

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The Cereal Murders download The Cereal Murders, read online The Cereal Murders, kindle ebook The Cereal Murders, The Cereal Murders db67be196d33 Thanks To Her Recent Adventures In Dying For Chocolate, Goldy Bear, The Premier Caterer Of Aspen Meadow, Colorado, Is No Stranger To Violence Or Sudden Death But When She Agrees To Cater The First College Advisory Dinner For Seniors And Parents At The Exclusive Elk Park Preparatory School, The Last Thing She Expects To Find At The End Of The Evening Is The Battered Body Of The School ValedictorianWho Could Have Killed Keith Andrews, And Why Goldy S Hungry For Some Answers And Not Just Because She Found The Corpse Her Young Son, Arch, A Student At Elk Park Prep, Has Become A Target For Some Not So Funny Pranks, While Her Eighteen Year Old Live In Helper, Julian, Has Become A Prime Suspect In The Andrews Boy S MurderAs Her Investigation Intensifies, Goldy S Anxiety Level Rises Faster Than Homemade Doughnuts She Turns Up Evidence That Suggests That Keith Knew Than Enough To Blow The Lid Off Some Very Unscholarly Secrets And Then, As Her Search Rattles One Skeleton Too Many, Goldy Learns A Crucial Fact A Little Knowledge About A Killer Can Be A Deadly Thing