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Sugar Cookie Murder (Hannah Swensen, #6) Joanne Fluke

Sugar Cookie Murder (Hannah Swensen, #6)

Joanne Fluke

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The Barnes & Noble ReviewJoanna Fluke has put together a terrific recipe for a holiday-themed whodunit in this Hannah Swenson culinary mystery.Bakery owner Hannah knows everyone has special plans and traditions for the holidays, so shes plannedMoreThe Barnes & Noble ReviewJoanna Fluke has put together a terrific recipe for a holiday-themed whodunit in this Hannah Swenson culinary mystery.Bakery owner Hannah knows everyone has special plans and traditions for the holidays, so shes planned a grand seasonal pot-luck dinner to test the recipes the residents of Lake Eden, Minnesota, have offered to share in the cookbook shes compiling. With all that delicious food bringing so many people together, theres sure to be plenty of gossip to spice up the party -- from the showgirl Martin Dubinski brought home from Las Vegas as his new bride to Hannahs moms lordly British beau to the mayors latest indiscretion. Even getting snowed in at the community center cant put a damper on the festive occasion at least until Hannah puts the crowds holiday mood on ice by discovering the showgirls dead body in the snow-covered parking lot. To add insult to injury (and complicate Hannahs dessert plan as well), the killer had the poor taste to use Hannahs mothers jeweled antique cake knife as the murder weapon.To keep her beloved community from crumbling, Hannah uses all the ingredients at her disposal -- from digital photography to small-town memories -- to whip up a speedy solution to this culinary crime. And readers will find their appetites tempted by the authors wonderful descriptions of the items on the menu. Youll find more than 80 delectable holiday recipes, for everything from soups and appetizers to entrees and side dishes to drinks and desserts -- including the Cookie Jar bakerys own special Christmas Sugar Cookies. Sue Stone