Cream Puff Murder
Fan-adored author Joanne Fluke always satisfies the cravings of listeners who like their mysteries served with a sugary sweet confection. Hannah Swensen, like most women in Lake Eden, Minnesota, is not a fan of Ronni Ward—the man-stealing gym bunny. So when Ronni turns up lifeless in a... show more
Fan-adored author Joanne Fluke always satisfies the cravings of listeners who like their mysteries served with a sugary sweet confection. Hannah Swensen, like most women in Lake Eden, Minnesota, is not a fan of Ronni Ward—the man-stealing gym bunny. So when Ronni turns up lifeless in a jacuzzi—accompanied by one of Hannah's cream puffs—the long list of suspects begins with Hannah.
Publish date: March 1st 2009
Pages no: 310
Edition language: English
Food And Drink
, Adult Fiction
, Mystery Thriller
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, Cozy Mystery
Series: Hannah Swensen (#11)
The mystery was good. Hannah finds out what a jerk Mike is and Norman is still perfect for her. In this book, Hannah is trying to solve the murder of the local hussy, Ronni.
If you're having a hard week, a bad month, an awful year, if the economy's got you down and the man has you whipped, you could do far worse than to pick up one of Joanne Fluke's Hannah Swensen mysteries (with recipes). They are light and frothy, full of flavor but very little substance--perfectly s...
I read this book after I read "Plum Pudding Murder", so I knew I'd missed something with Mike... I wasn't surprised by the revelation that Mike had other girlfriends, nor that he was most likely sleeping around, which he confirmed. After all: 1. Hannah doesn't seem to be very interested in sex. She'...
Will she pick Norman over Jack because of the things that happen in this installment? Good mystery. These are fun books. Nearing the end and will be sad when they're over.
Norman was such a sweetheart in this book. The dessert was really sweet, but I actually "awed" when Hannah found the towel with an H embroidered on it. He's so kind.Since she's technically still going back and forth between the men I think it would be nice if the reader could see Hannah spend time a...
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