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Nd bakery owner Hannah Swenson while trying to decide which marriage proposal to accept. A film is being shot in Lake Eden Stage mothers Walk on roles for extras and 25 pound orange cats Oy vey Hannah is reeling after being proposed to by two men There may be a third suitor waiting in the wings And her cherry cheesecake may be the only thing that can keep an overly picky and at times creepy director under control This mystery had at interesting format because view spoiler it was one of those where the murder didn t take place until most of the way through the book Still there were lots of great scenes with familiar Lake Eden residents and Hannah s personal life is always fun Not sure I m such a Ross fan I think we ve got enough men in Hannah s life with just Mike and Norman I m having enough trouble deciding who to ship between the two of them personally my money s always been on Norman hard to pass up a man who loves your cat hide spoiler

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Must sift through a cast of suspects before the film wraps with an even deadlier endin. I love the Hannah Swensen series and all the recipes in the books Another great installment

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When Main Street in Lake Eden becomes a movie set a clever killer rewrites the script a. The structure of this book was interesting The murder would happen halfway through so a prologue showing the incident from the victim s view was written The book has some heart and it won me over gradually I was prepared to rate it 3 stars But the last few pages undid all that goodwill I m always a sucker for an unorthodox climax However that Dolores character not only ruined the mood for me but reminded me of the insufferable antics of that cat that I d forgotten I m taking a hiatus from this series Until next time Some time in the far future


10 thoughts on “Cherry Cheesecake Murder

  1. says:

    With the eighth installment of the Hannah Swensen series Cherry Cheesecake Murder delivers strong I was very excited by th

  2. says:

    The structure of this book was interesting The murder would happen halfway through so a prologue showing the incident from the victim's view was written The book has some heart and it won me over gradually I was prepared to rate it 3 stars But the last few pages undid all that goodwill I'm always a sucker for an unorthod

  3. says:

    In this 8th book in the 'Hannah Swensen' series the bakeramateur sleuth investigates when an actor is murdered with a 'prop gun' The book can be read as a standalone The star of this series is Hannah Swenson amateur sleuth and entrepreneur who owns a cookie bakery and loves to create new cookies for her shop and prepare tr

  4. says:

    “Why were you smiling like that?” “Smiling like what?” “Like the cat that got into the cream pot” Lake Eden a small cozy town in Minnesota has been chosen by a famous director to be the set for a movie and of course everyone is head over heels and trying their best to be chosen for a small part Everything is going as smooth as a cheesecake until the fake revolver used in a suicide scene turns out to be not so fake after all th

  5. says:

    A film is being shot in Lake Eden Stage mothers Walk on roles for extras and 25 pound orange cats Oy vey Hannah is reeling after being proposed to by two men There may be a third suitor waiting in the wings And her cherry cheesecake may be the only thing that can keep an overly picky and at times creepy director under control This mystery had at interesting format because view spoiler it was one of those where the murder didn’t take place

  6. says:

    Come on Joanne Mike is a slut Norman is everything a woman could possibly want and this is what you do? Sigh I give up You make Hannah look like some kind of nasty tease Norman needs to go find a woman who won't lead him around by the nose and then go chasing off after some pretty boy who has told her than once that his j

  7. says:

    This book really makes me dislike Hannah She's a pompous ass There is apparently nothing she can't cook and even though sh

  8. says:

    It was all I could do to get through this poorly written men’s rights advocating dumpster fire of a book Joanne Fluke and her Mary Sue are sanctimonious woman hating twits and I’m done gritting my teeth over this I’m convinced that Fluke is writing exclusively for an audience of midwestern socially conservative housewives with a healthy heap of misogynists “mixed in” This series is reliably sexist; there’s lots of fe

  9. says:

    I love the Hannah Swensen series and all the recipes in the books Another great installment

  10. says:

    Such a fantastic series It never gets old for me Whenever I am in a book slump I dive into a Hanna Swensen novel because she

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