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Peach Cobbler Murder - Joanne Fluke
Peach Cobbler Murder
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Format: mass market paperback
ISBN: 9780758201553 (0758201559)
Publisher: Kensington Books
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
Series: Hannah Swensen (#7)
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jbarrett5 book reviews, etc
jbarrett5 book reviews, etc rated it
Peach cobbler murder by Joanne FlukeHave enjoyed this series and each book can be read by itself.So funny how she has two guys that want to marry her and she won't give in.A new bakery in town til the owner is found dead. Now everybody suspects Hannah...Hannah investigates and asks others and that l...
Reading Hour
Reading Hour rated it
0.5 Review: Peach Cobbler Murder (Hannah Swenson Series #07)
To start, my favorite of Shakespeare's plays is Hamlet. It's so beautiful, and from page to page are quotations used even today. After his father is murdered, Hamlet uses a play to call out his mother, insinuating that the Queen was waiting for the King's death so she could remarry. When Hamlet a...
The Bookish Corner
The Bookish Corner rated it
5.0 Peach Cobbler Murder
AWESOME!!! LOVE JOANNE FLUKE'S BOOKS!!! Hannah Sweneson, Norman, Mike, Andrea are awesome characters...I really enjoy this series!!! Thanks Joanne Fluke for an awesome series keep 'em coming..
The Book Frog
The Book Frog rated it
3.0 Peach Cobbler Murder: A Hannah Swensen Mystery with Recipes
I don't believe in guilty pleasures. If you like something, you like it, regardless of how the rest of the world or your own little circle views it. I watch Beverly Hills, 90210 with pleasure and not a hint of ironic detachment. I love Mark Wahlberg's Rock Star. And any novel featuring fairies, ...
Gisbelle rated it
I have yet to be wowed by this series. Each one so far is just plain okay. Hannah's sense of humor is nice, her being a hypocrite really bugs me. She dates two guys and then is jealous when one of them shows interest on another woman. The murder is getting more and more uninteresting as well.
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