Sugar Cookie Murder (Hannah Swensen Series #6)

Sugar Cookie Murder (Hannah Swensen Series #6)

by Joanne Fluke
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Sugar Cookie Murder (Hannah Swensen Series #6) 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 110 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
These books are fun reads. After going through all of the Harry Bosch series, I find the lightness refreshing - even if a murderis involved - and the recipes have managed to keep me busy on the weekends trying them!!!
ryanphoffmann88 3 months ago
this is a shorter, but still well packed mystery in a great cozy mystery. in this particular book in the series, Hannah Swensen is getting ready for a big Christmas party and the publication of Eden Lakes first cookbook. the party is turning out nicely until a local guy, Martin Dubinski, brings his new wife (a Vegas showgirl) to the festivities to show of to all of his friends and the whole. moments later, she's found dead stabbed with a antique cake knife . Hannah and her sister, Andrea, decide to get back to there old sleuthing shenanigans and find the killer. The book is good as the previous books in the series have been. it is a very light hearted, captivating, and intriguing whodunit.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was a fun, easy read! I enjoy the series alot!
Gaph More than 1 year ago
Very short story. Too much consumed by recipes.
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Looks yummy.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved this book. The fact that everyone was at the Christmas party and snowed in made it more interesting. It also made it harder to search for clues without everyone knowing what was going on. Mike's behavior, I thought, was rude. He pretty much locked himself in that room and refused to listen to Hanna and the others. Tracey's letter to Santa was interesting too. Great book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Tad predictable but still fun and some good recipes - more of a cookbook then mystery.
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Joanne Fluke serves up comfort food with her Hannah Swensen series. Hannah loves - & is frustrated by - her sisters and mother. She also have a very "G rated" romance going on. Then there are all the residents of the little Minnesota town she lives in. As a Southern Californian, I am fascinted by the details such as having to plug your car battery in so it won't freeze overnight in the winter! And every book has several great cookie recipes. Only this one has almost a whole cookbook full of recipes for main dishes, salads, sides and desserts. Oh yes, almost forgot- each book contains a mystery that Hannah solves. The mysteries are interesting, but nobody buys these books for the mysteries. I love this series- cute without being too cute.
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It was good but the end was anticlimactic. Usually Hannah is in danger of being killed herself by the killer when she figures out who the killer is and the killer finds out she has pieced it together but not so with this one. It ended very tidy and she wasn't in danger.
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