Nationally best-selling author Joanne Fluke's popular Hannah Swensen mysteries have received heaping measures of praise from critics and mystery fans alike. In Peach Cobbler Murder, Fluke returns to the charming town of Lake Eden, Minnesota-only to find her beloved heroine embroiled in her stickiest situation yet. Georgia transplants Shawna Lee and Vanessa have opened a bakery to rival Hannah's own, but when one of the Southern belles is murdered, Hannah must find the killer before she herself becomes a suspect.
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by Joanne Fluke
by Joanne Fluke, Laura Levine, Leslie Meier
"In Fluke's mystery series, Minnesota baker Hannah Swensen makes wonderful desserts and solves the odd murder. Narrator Suzanne Toren displays her professional skills in replicating the vocal nuances of Midwestern speech. Many of her characters are prone to speak with uncomfortably high-pitched voices, but the tone seems authentic, even if irritating. Her most outstanding portrayal is that of the hung-over Southern belle who is an interloper in town. Listeners who enjoy recipes, coffee shop chitchat, down-home family sayings, historical trivia, and light romance will most likely enjoy this title. It takes four discs before the blood hits the floor, so this is more for the lover of German chocolate cake than the lover of suspense. D.L.G. (c) AudioFile 2005, Portland, Maine"
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