Series: Hannah Swensen Mystery
|Chocolate Chip Cookie Murder by Joanne Fluke||1|
|Candy for Christmas by Joanne Fluke||novella|
|Strawberry Shortcake Murder by Joanne Fluke||2|
|Blueberry Muffin Murder by Joanne Fluke||3|
|Lemon Meringue Pie Murder by Joanne Fluke||4|
|Fudge Cupcake Murder by Joanne Fluke||5|
|Sugar Cookie Murder by Joanne Fluke||6|
|Peach Cobbler Murder by Joanne Fluke||7|
|Cherry Cheesecake Murder by Joanne Fluke||8|
|Sugar and Spice [Anthology 4-in-1] by Fern Michaels||The Twelve Desserts of Christmas, 8.5|
|Key Lime Pie Murder by Joanne Fluke||9|
|Carrot Cake Murder by Joanne Fluke||10|
|Cream Puff Murder by Joanne Fluke||11|
|Plum Pudding Murder by Joanne Fluke||12|
|Apple Turnover Murder by Joanne Fluke||13|
|Gingerbread Cookie Murder by Joanne Fluke||13.5|
|Devil's Food Cake Murder by Joanne Fluke||14|
|Candy Cane Murder Anthology by Joanne Fluke||Candy Cane Murder, 14.5|
|Cinnamon Roll Murder by Joanne Fluke||15|
|Red Velvet Cupcake Murder by Joanne Fluke||16|
|Blackberry Pie Murder by Joanne Fluke||17|
|Double Fudge Brownie Murder by Joanne Fluke||18|
|Wedding Cake Murder by Joanne Fluke||19|
|Christmas Caramel Murder by Joanne Fluke||20|
|Banana Cream Pie Murder by Joanne Fluke||21|
|Raspberry Danish Murder by Joanne Fluke||22|
|Christmas Cake Murder by Joanne Fluke||23|
|Chocolate Cream Pie Murder (A Hannah Swensen Mystery) by Joanne Fluke||24|
|Joanne Fluke's Lake Eden Cookbook: Hannah Swensen’s Recipes from The Cookie Jar by Joanne Fluke||cookbook|
|A Taste of Murder Box Set by Joanne Fluke||Chocolate Chip Cookie Murder, 1|
|Joanne Fluke Christmas Bundle (4-in-1) by Joanne Fluke||bundle 6, 12, and two Christmas novellas|
|Plum Pudding Murder Bundle (3-in-1) by Joanne Fluke||omnibus 6, 12, and one Christmas novella|
|Apple Turnover Murder Bundle (4-in-1) by Joanne Fluke||bundle 4, 8, 9, 13, and excerpt of 14|
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Cozy mystery series set in Minnesota. Hannah Swensen wants to concentrate on growing her bakery business. Dead bodies keep showing up to distract her. Yummy recipes included.
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