Double Fudge Brownie Murder

Double Fudge Brownie Murder

Book - 2015
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"Life in tiny Lake Eden, Minnesota, is usually pleasantly uneventful. Lately, though, it seems everyone has more than their fair share of drama--especially the Swensen family. With so much on her plate, Hannah Swensen can hardly find the time to think about her bakery--let alone the town's most recent murder. . . Hannah is nervous about the upcoming trial for her involvement in a tragic accident. She's eager to clear her name once and for all, but her troubles only double when she finds the judge bludgeoned to death with his own gavel--and Hannah is the number one suspect. Now on trial in the court of public opinion, she sets out in search of the culprit and discovers that the judge made more than a few enemies during his career. With time running out, Hannah will have to whip up her most clever recipe yet to find a killer more elusive than the perfect brownie" --
Publisher: New York : Kensington Books, ©2015.
ISBN: 9780758280404
Characteristics: 356 pages ;,22 cm.

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gritslover
Aug 04, 2016

Jo Anne Fluke is entertaining period. Fast read. Great recipes

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MaZaRo
Sep 10, 2015

I wouldn't call this one a murder mystery. I agree with a previous reviewer who wrote that it is time to end the series. I'm still trying to wrap my mind around this quickie wedding proposal.

samdog123 Jul 31, 2015

I still enjoy Joanne Fluke's Hannah Swenson mystery series. The characters have become like old friends. In this book, there is finally some resolution in Hannah's love life, which is good for the series.

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IrishMoon
May 10, 2015

This edition was far better than the last. However, this book is another example why it is truly time for Joanne Fluke to put this series to a rest. As an avid reader of the series, I feel like almost a traitor making that statement, but even being a 60 year old woman who grew up in the area of Minnesota where this series is set, even I can't relate to the series any longer. Joanne Fluke is a good writer, but you'd never know that if you'd only read the last 3 or 4 editions of the series. Although they don't need to be read in chronological order, you will be far more than disappointed in the time you waste reading this book if you start with this one. The only readers I'd recommend read this book are those who read the last book in the series so they know what happens with the story line.

shell4577 Mar 21, 2015

I really enjoy this series and can hardly wait for the next one. She can't write fast enough for my liking. LOL. Seriously though this one threw me for a twist and I really liked the ending. Just don't remember some of the details from the last book that had me a bit lost in this one.

LaughingOne Mar 11, 2015

Another fun book in this series. If you haven't read any Hannah Swensen mysteries yet, go back chronologically and start with the first in the series as the story does develop and grow over the books. They are fun, light reads about a baker living in a small town in Minnesota, and her family, friends and life there.

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