Cinnamon Roll Murder
When Hannah Swensen hears that the Cinnamon Roll Six jazz band will be playing at a festival in Lake Eden, Minnesota, she bakes up a supply of their namesake confections to welcome them. But tragedy strikes when their tour bus overturns on its way into town. And keyboard player Buddy Neiman's... show more
When Hannah Swensen hears that the Cinnamon Roll Six jazz band will be playing at a festival in Lake Eden, Minnesota, she bakes up a supply of their namesake confections to welcome them. But tragedy strikes when their tour bus overturns on its way into town. And keyboard player Buddy Neiman's minor injuries turn deadly serious when someone plunges surgical scissors into his chest...Turns out, Buddy Neiman isn't the victim's real name. In fact, no one is really sure who he is. Hannah's investigation digs up a few local suspects. There is Doctor Bev, who seems to know more about "Buddy" than she's willing to admit. And Devon, an aspiring keyboard player who may have had a fatal case of jealousy. Hannah isn't sure how she'll unravel the mystery, but one thing's for sure: there's nothing sweeter than bringing a killer to justice...
Publish date: March 1st 2012
Pages no: 304
Edition language: English
Food And Drink
, Adult Fiction
, Mystery Thriller
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, Cozy Mystery
, Murder Mystery
Series: Hannah Swensen (#15)
I’ve heard great things about Joanne Fluke and her Hannah Swenson series. When the opportunity came to review Cinnamon Roll Murder, I was excited and ready to dive in. In the end, I make the mistake of not reading the other books that precede Cinnamon Roll Murder since it picks up where Devils Fo...
Review originally posted at A Date with a BookThis is a definitely must read, must buy cozy series of mine. These are always quick reads for me. I really like amateur sleuth Hannah Swensen and her cookie recipes. This story puts her right at the crime scene after it happens which is not normally a s...
I really need to read the previous books for this one, but I really enjoyed the read. The title had me second guessing if I wanted to read it at all but I am glad I stuck with it. Cinnamon Roll Murder was a great book.
Better than the last few since the focus isn't on the love triangle as much, but lets be honest and admit that half of the book was her cooking. That's not plot. That's fluff. It seems like she spends more and more time cooking and eating in every book. I get that they're food related, but she might...
Well FINALLY! Ms. Fluke must have been paying attention to her readers' reviews! I can finally write a rather glowing review of this book, because for once, that awful love triangle between Norman-Hannah-Mike seems to have been resolved. And Mike isn't characterized as a "no-good two-timer".If you'r...