The Last Suppers was book number four in the Goldy Culinary Mysteries written by Diane Mott Davidson.
In this story, Goldy, who is a caterer with her own catering business in Aspen Meadow, Colorado, is about to marry her fiance, homicide detective, Tom Schulz. But it seems that where Goldy goes, trouble follows. The priest who is to perform the ceremony is killed, and Tom must investigate. Then Tom disappears, and Goldy is left wondering what is going on. Of course, Goldy is bound to do her own investigating, and she always manages to turn up a lot (sometimes more than the police).
I enjoyed The Last Suppers, but not quite as much as some of the other Goldy Culinary Mysteries I've read. Still, it was a good book, and Diane Mott Davidson always includes recipes in all of her culinary mystery books, which is a nice touch. I don't usually have the time to make any of them (plus my husband is a diabetic), but it's still interesting to read the recipes, and a few of them I do intend to try in the future.