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Carrot Cake Murder (Hannah Swensen Mysteries) (2008)

by Joanne Fluke

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  murphy430 | Nov 11, 2017 |
Carrot cake murder by Joanne Fluke
A reunion of Lisas relatives and when the whole clan gets together for the photo one uncle is missing. Hannah puts the clues together with help from her family and friends as they question everybody as to where they were at the time of the murder and discovering who and why they'd want the uncle dead.
Love the recipes during the chapters but she has to be careful as others might want her dead also.
Love this series and the dentist Norman and cop Mike wanting her to be their girlfriend.
I received this book from National Library Service for my BARD (Braille Audio Reading Device). ( )
  jbarr5 | Jun 15, 2016 |
Although the mystery was good, it was a bit of a disappointment in the end. Regardless, the story was quite good and held my interest. I love the characters in this series. ( )
  StephLaymon | Jan 26, 2016 |
I thought this was better than Cherry Cheesecake Murder--better job of using red herrings, and better climatic scene. Also really felt like relationships between characters were working here, and loved the fact that the love triangle (quadrangle?) didn't feel stale. Oh, and it seemed like there were more recipes, which is nice. Wish publishers would take these and put them into a special book, or maybe offer some kind of special deal where they come on recipe cards or binder pages or something... ( )
  susan259 | Jan 21, 2016 |
I thought this was better than Cherry Cheesecake Murder--better job of using red herrings, and better climatic scene. Also really felt like relationships between characters were working here, and loved the fact that the love triangle (quadrangle?) didn't feel stale. Oh, and it seemed like there were more recipes, which is nice. Wish publishers would take these and put them into a special book, or maybe offer some kind of special deal where they come on recipe cards or binder pages or something... ( )
  susan259 | Jan 20, 2016 |
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The Amen couldn't come fast enough to suit Hannah Swensen.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0758210213, Mass Market Paperback)

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. Uncle Gus is immediately the hit of the reunion. 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!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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Murder comes to town when, during her business partner's family reunion, a long-lost uncle is found dead with two slices of Hannah's infamous carrot cake next to his body, a discovery that soon becomes a recipe for disaster.

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