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CocaColaGirl
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Diana Mott Davidson

For all that enjoy a good meal and a great mystery, the serious by Mott Davidson are the Greatest by far!  I have enjoyed them so much that I have added her books to my recipe collection.  The stories you can sink your teeth into and the recipes are not half bad either.  So for your next dinner party whip out the mystery and bake up an amazing meal.

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Re: Diana Mott Davidson

There have been other discussion threads about this author -- if you type in her name in the "Search" box you can find those.