Strawberry Shortcake Murder
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: February 2nd 2002
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
Food And Drink
, Mystery Thriller
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, Cozy Mystery
, Murder Mystery
Series: Hannah Swensen (#2)
Reviewed from a Nook (Barnes and Noble) e-book. I reviewed the first of this series (Chocolate Chip Cookie Murder) without mentioning the recipes once. That probably shows how important they are to me. :) But I have read posts from readers who enjoy - and even try the recipes. In every book ...
Hannah Swensen is the epitome of a contemporary cozy heroine. She finds more dead bodies than most policemen will ever see in their entire career. She doesn't trust the police to do their jobs without her help. She has goofy relatives and friends that help her in her pursuits. She lives in a small...
This is the second in the Hannah Swensen series. Lake Eden is hosting a cooking competition and one of the judges is murdered. The victim's wife is accused of the murder and Hannah sets out to find out who the real murderer is. A quick read with lots of great characters.
Where is my insulin?? This book was way to sticky sweet and the emphasis was on how the author was going to be able to fit her recipes into the storyline versus the story line itself. I do believe, unless I need them for a challenge, this is my last Joanne Fluke book, unless I grab them to see what ...
Again, the story was really cute. There's a few Stephanie Plum like moments, but in reality Hannah is her own character and doesn't get into the same unbelievable situations as Plum. I really enjoyed reading the story. It's a nice light, stress-free read.
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