Cherry Cheesecake Murder
By Joanne Fluke
The eighth mouth-watering novel in the Hannah Swensen crime series. Packed full of delicious recipes and perfect for fans of M. C. Beaton and Leslie Meier.
Hollywood comes to Lake Eden, Minnesota, just as local baking sensation Hannah Swensen receives not one but two marriage proposals. Suddenly, she finds herself serving up treats for cast and crew, whilst being the centre of all the town gossip.
Everything seems to be right on schedule until Dean Lawrence, the ever demanding director with a hankering for cherry cheesecake, demonstrates a suicide scene with a prop gun that turns out to be lethal. Now there's a real body on the set, and a growing cast of suspects. As the filming continues, Hannah sifts through the clues, hoping against hope that the killer is half baked enough to have made a mistake...
Joanne Fluke is the New York Times bestselling author of more than twenty novels. Like her much-loved series character, Hannah Swensen, Joanne was born and raised in a small town in rural Minnesota, but now lives in sunny Southern California. She is currently at work on her next Hannah Swensen mystery and loves to hear from her readers. You can contact Joanne at Gr8Clues@aol.com, or by visiting her website at www.joannefluke.com.
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12 Feb 2015
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Praise for Joanne Fluke: A tasty treat — Kirkus Reviews
Tasty enough to serve to mystery readers still hooked by the foodie fad — Booklist
Culinary cosies don't get any tastier than this winning series — Library Journal
Fun... a delightful mystery — Times Record News
Foodie fans will eat up Fluke's cosy... A fluffy mix of sweets and suspense — Publishers Weekly
Entertaining and sprinkled with tempting recipes. It's a sweet treat of a novel — The Star Tribune
Readers can't help but love Lake Eden and its warm and welcoming inhabitants — RT Book Review
If your reading habits alternate between curling up with a good mystery or with a good cookbook, you ought to know about Joanne Fluke — The Charlotte Observer
Simply delicious... a sweet read that really satisfies — Laurien Berenson