Christmas Cupcake Murder - Joanne Fluke

Christmas Cupcake Murder

By Joanne Fluke

  • Release Date: 2020-09-29
  • Genre: Cozy
Score: 4
4
From 456 Ratings

Description

Beloved New York Times bestselling author and Queen of the Culinary Mystery Joanne Fluke delivers the next mouthwatering Hannah Swensen Holiday Mystery, as December turns Lake Eden, Minnesota, into the North Pole—and Hannah’s kitchen goes into overdrive to honor two Christmas promises: baking irresistible festive cupcakes and preventing an attempted murderer from succeeding the second time around!
 
While Hannah speeds through a lengthy holiday checklist, drama in town grows like Santa’s waistline on Christmas Eve. Her sister Andrea wants to stave off the blues by helping out at The Cookie Jar, Michelle’s love life is becoming complicated, Lisa needs Hannah’s advice, and Delores has a Christmas secret she’s not willing to share. But nothing dampens the holiday mood more than the chilling mystery surrounding the man found near death in an abandoned storefront two doors down from Hannah’s bakery . . .
 
The befuddled John Doe can’t recall a thing about himself—except for his unusual knowledge of restoring antique furniture. With a smattering of clues and barely enough time to frost Christmas cookies, Hannah must solve a deadly puzzle that could leave her dashing through the snow for her life!
 
Features Over a Dozen Cookie and Dessert Recipes from The Cookie Jar!

“Cozy fans with a sweet tooth will be more than satisfied.”
--Publishers Weekly

Reviews

  • Great

    5
    By letsreviewsomestuff
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  • at last a cozy mysterie worth finishing

    5
    By Rxnjsquir
    Great ideas with logical progressions. Enought twists to keep the readers interes and likeable characters. i read the whole story. an impossibility with some poorly crafted stories.
  • This is the last book I’ll read in thiscseries

    1
    By Deniza's Mom
    The story dragged on for 280 pages of sickly sweetness to the point that I probably contracted diabetes. And in 20 pages the story wraps up quickly - like the author was running out of paper or something. You need to consider wrapping this series up. Maybe Hannah, Mike and Norman can all just live together, eating cookies and cupcakes for the rest of their lives. I’ve been taken for a mug long enough!