Dig into the delectable books that kicked off your favorite mouth-watering mystery series—collected for the first time, in one box set!
Chocolate Chip Cookie Murder
The First Hannah Swensen Mystery with Recipes!
A heroine with an insatiable appetite for solving crimes, Hannah's Swenson's popular Lake Eden, Minnesota, bakery, The Cookie Jar, becomes a site for murder. And her suddenly scandalous chocolate-chip crunchies top the list of suspects. . .
Death Of A Kitchen Diva
A Hayley Powell Food and Cocktails Mystery
Single mom Hayley Powell has received a plum assignment at Bar Harbor, Maine's, Island Times: to take over the food column. But when a rival is found face-down dead in a bowl of chowder, all signs point to Hayley. . .
A Maine Clambake Mystery
Julia Snowden returned to Busman's Harbor, Maine, to rescue her family's struggling clambake business—not to solve crimes. But when a catered wedding becomes a deadly reception, Julia must put everything on the back burner to search for the killer. . .
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About the Author
Lee Hollis is the pen name for a brother and sister writing team. Rick Copp is a veteran film and television writer/producer and also the author of two other mystery novel series. He lives in Palm Springs, California. Holly Simason is an award-winning food and cocktails columnist living in North Carolina. You may visit their website at www.LeeHollisMysteries.com or find them on Facebook by typing in: Lee Hollis
Barbara Ross is the author of the Maine Clambake Mysteries. The first book in the series, Clammed Up, was nominated for an Agatha Award for Best Contemporary Novel, the RT Book Reviews, Reviewer's Choice Best Book Award for Amateur Sleuth and was a finalist for the Maine Literary Award for Crime Fiction. She is co-editor/co-publisher of Level Best Books, which produces anthologies of crime stories by New England authors. She writes at her home overlooking the harbor in Boothbay Harbor, Maine.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I especially liked Joanne Fluke's book. I really liked her characters and want to read more of her books. Great way to read new authors
All three books had humor and lots of twists and turns to the plots. The characters were well developed and likeable.
Books and recipes were great!