Carrot Cake Murder

Carrot Cake Murder

A Hannah Swensen Mystery

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Summertime has finally arrived in Lake Eden, Minnesota, and Hannah Swensen, owner of The Cookie Jar bakery, is looking forward to warm, lazy days, eating ice cream, and sharing picnics with friends. But when a family reunion takes a deadly turn, it's up to Hannah to find a killer...Between baking up a storm for The Cookie Jar and unravelling the mystery of her cat Moishe's recent strange behaviour, Hannah Swensen has a lot on her plate. But she'll always make time for her business partner, Lisa, who's in the midst of preparing for a big family reunion. Everyone is delighted when Lisa's long-lost uncle makes a surprise appearance. No one has heard from Gus in twenty-five years - and his arrival has everyone buzzing with excitement.Uncle Gus is immediately the hit of the reunion, telling tales of his great success and flashing money for all to see. He's almost as popular as Hannah's scrumptious carrot cake, which is also Gus' favourite dessert. But the next morning, as the whole family gathers for the group photo, one person is missing. Hannah offers to track down Uncle Gus, but her search leads to a shocking find. Over by the bar at the pavilion, she spots two slices of her infamous carrot cake, frosting-side down on the floor - and Gus' corpse with an ice pick jutting out of his chest!A little snooping reveals that not everyone was celebrating Gus' return. And when Hannah unearths more secrets from Gus' past, she discovers even more people with an axe to grind. Now Hannah's got to sift through a long list of suspects to find a killer - even if it could mean a recipe for her own demise.
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ISBN: 9781617730115
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Dec 17, 2016

I just can't with these books. They started out ok, but come on. There is no way she's better than the detective in this series every single time. It's annoying how the main character constantly corrects people. And don't get me started on how much of a prude she is. It seems the author is stuck in the 50's. Someone please tell the author that the phrase "she thought that but didn't say it" is so unbelievably over used. Pick another phrase for you character's thoughts for god sake.

wonderwords3 Feb 10, 2011

I enjoy this series. The characters are fun. The recipes are great. Plan to try some.

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