Carrot Cake Murder
Publish date: March 1st 2008
Pages no: 288
Edition language: English
Series: Hannah Swensen (#10)
Carrot cake murder by Joanne FlukeA reunion of Lisas relatives and when the whole clan gets together for the photo one uncle is missing. Hannah puts the clues together with help from her family and friends as they question everybody as to where they were at the time of the murder and discovering who...
More recipes than usual. The mystery was good.
Hannah Swenson owns and operates the Cookie Jar, a small bakery in a tiny town called Lake Eden, Minnesota. She also solves mysteries. Carrot Cake Murder is about as light and fluffy as Hannah's Lemon Fluff Jell-O (recipe on page 174). Everybody is really, really nice in Lake Eden...even the bad guy...
The book cover says it’s a bestseller, but I don’t know why. It’s an average mystery novel. Not too bad, not too good. Hannah, the protagonist, is an amateur sleuth and an owner of a cookie shop, and the only memorable pages in the novel are pages with recipes. I haven’t tried them yet but I will. E...
So this one ends on a cliff hanger. Most of them do, but not quite like this. I'm not sure what to expect. Very good mystery involving a family reunion. Possible suspects are close friends of Hannah, not what we've normally seen in the other books. Very good! I'm really liking this series.