Joanne Fluke continues her popular Hannah Swensen mysteries with this mix of crime and confection. Hollywood has come to Lake Eden and The Cookie Jar is snack central for the movie crew. And when the demanding director turns up dead after someone switches the movie's prop gun with a real gun, there's a baker's dozen worth of suspects. "An always tasty series."-Library Journal review of Peach Cobbler Murder
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by Joanne Fluke
"With more humor than horror, CHERRY CHEESECAKE is the eighth in a mystery series featuring such titles as BLUEBERRY MUFFIN and KEY LIME PIE and starring Hannah Swensen, owner of the Cookie Jar Bakery and part-time sleuth. This is a perfect combination of cozy and confection. Hannah's hometown of Lake Eden is chosen for the location of a movie shoot, and Hannah gets the catering requests. This involvement gives her the inside track when the unpopular director turns up dead. Suzanne Toren relates the story with a hint of heat for Hannah's several suitors and manages to make each recipe sprinkled throughout sound mouth-watering. Toren makes this tasty tale a yummy diversion. D.G. (c) AudioFile 2008, Portland, Maine"
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