The Whole Enchilada - Prologue, Chapters 1-5 Summary & Analysis

Diane Mott Davisdon
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The Whole Enchilada is a mystery/suspense novel by bestselling author Diane Mott Davidson. The novel is the 17th in a series by this author narrated by Goldy Schulz, a caterer and amateur detective in the wealthy, upper class community of Aspen Meadows, Colorado. Holly Ingleby collapses and dies after attending a birthday party for her son Drew and Goldy’s son Arch, which Goldy had catered. At first it appears that Holly suffered a heart attack, but when the deck at Holly’s house collapses almost killing Goldy, and a woman who resembles Goldy is killed – and the popular local priest Father Pete critically injured – in an attack at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, it becomes clear that something strange and deadly is going on in the quiet town of Aspen Meadows. As it becomes obvious that the murder of her...

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