Chocolate Chip Cookie Murder - Joanne Fluke Reviews
Description:ISBN 075822530X / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Joanne Fluke / Edition: Reissue / Paperback / 304 Pages / Book is published ... more
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Hannah Swenson lives in Lake Eden Minnesota and is the owner of The Cookie Jar the most popular bakery in town. She has a cat called Moishe, two sisters, Andrea and Michelle and her mother, Delores, who is always trying to marry her off. The trouble is, she's always finding dead bodies and they nearly always have some of her cookies laying around them. When a body is found behind her bakery, Hannah takes it upon herself to find out who the murderer is and what was their motive, plus she doesn't want her cookies to get a bad reputation. With the help of her sisters and various friends, and not without getting into some sticky situations, Hannah gets to the ... Read the complete review
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