The Whole Enchilada Themes & Motifs

Diane Mott Davisdon
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Friendship

Friendship – and what it means to be a friend – is a theme that runs through the entire novel, and something that the author explores in depth. Even though they had drifted apart over the years as their lives went in different directions, Goldy considers Holly Ingleby to be one of her closest friends and is shocked and saddened to learn how much there was about her friend that she didn’t know as she begins looking into Holly’s death. Although Marla – and even Julian, who didn’t know Holly anywhere near as well as Goldy – knows that Holly had suffered a number of financial setbacks recently which had culminated in her losing her large house in the country club development to foreclosure, Goldy had no clue even as she was planning the joint birthday party for Arch and Drew how dismal Holly’s financial situation...

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