The Goldy Culinary Mysteries by Diane Mott Davidson are a great bunch of books, at least I find them that way. I've enjoyed all of the ones I've read so far.
In Double Shot, Goldy seems to be getting targeted for a lot of nasty happenings. She has just opened her new catering center and is catering a memorial lunch, and not only is she attacked, but she also has to deal with mice and spoiled food. Someone doesn't like Goldy very much, and she suspects her abusive ex-husband of the misdeeds. Still, Goldy has a job to do, and she finds a way to do it, even with the problems that are cropping up all around her.
Goldy is a strong-willed heroine who loves to cook her way through any dilemma. Diane Mott Davidson's culinary mysteries all include recipes, and I also find it interesting to read about Goldy's business and how she has to cater to (no pun intended) different tastes and personalities. Being a caterer is not an easy job, especially when trouble always seems to be right around the corner, as it is for Goldy.
An entertaining book, something I enjoyed reading just for the fun of it.