Diane Mott Davidson Message Board
gary posts on 8/21/2005 1:31:02 PM
i dont believe there is a cookbook in the works, BUT she is now at the same publisher as emeril...so maybe. If you cant find one of Diane's books go to her website...diane mott davidson . com (remove the spaces) you can buy them there, also ebay has TONS of everybook including ones in other languages..
audrey alfordwolfe posts on 8/21/2005 8:58:51 AM
just found and older one of dmd's books and read "tough cookie" from cover to cover in a day while recouperating from foot surgery. another great one! looking for "catering to nobody"; it's not out of print, but can't seem to find a copy. tried on amazon, but it never came through, after seven weeks, and they refunded my money. waiting patiently for the next release.
Bobbie posts on 8/21/2005 8:49:11 AM
Please, please write a cookbook. I can only imagine that there are more terrific recipes in that wonderful mind of yours Diane!! My family has adopted some of the recipes as their new favorites.
Susan posts on 8/14/2005 7:35:39 AM
Was the make of espresso machine ever stated in one of the Goldy books? Any idea what it is?
gary posts on 8/13/2005 3:03:12 PM
the release date for dark tort will be, as of this moment, April of 2006..keep watch at amazon for up to date release dates..just look up dark tort.
check out her official site diane mott davidson . com no spaces
Cheryl posts on 8/13/2005 2:53:59 PM
Like you, I got hooked on culinary cozies thanks to Goldy. The wait between Chopping Spree and Double Shot was so long and drawn out, I was desperate for something to read without explicit sex, violence and/or language. After exhausting my Goldy series again, I turned elsewhere and discovered quite a few culinary cozy series that are just wonderful! So, if you're desperate for reading material while waiting for Goldy's next book, try one of these authors: Katherine Hall Page and the Faith Fairchild Mystery series / Joanne Fluke for the Hannah Swensen Mystery series / Laura Childs and her Tea Shop Mystery series / and last but not least, Tamar Myers and her Pennsylvania Dutch Mystery series. They are all delightful, easy reads to curl up with at night and all contain recipes - which is my favorite part of the culinary cozy! Happy Reading!
trish posts on 8/13/2005 2:34:47 PM
The Goldy Books are the best...I have redad them all twice..can't wait for the next...I'm having a hard time finding something to read....
kris thompson posts on 8/13/2005 12:02:56 AM
Why doesn't Latte the bassett hound show up in the last book - Double Shot?
becky posts on 8/12/2005 2:23:06 PM
When is the next book scheduled? We had to wait so long for Double Shot I had hoped that the next new one wouldn't be such a long wait. Her books are just too good!!! I hate the wait
Kelly posts on 8/10/2005 8:25:20 AM
Hi It is so nice to see everyone posting here. I think for books the following is it for the Goldy series but they are not in order. I had to read them in order to enjoy the storylines more.
Dying for Chocolate
The Cereal Murders
The Last Suppers
The Main Corpse
Catering to Nobody
Sticks and Scones
Enjoy they are the best!
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