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Raspberry Danish Murder

Thanksgiving has a way of thawing the frostiest hearts in Lake Eden. But that wont be happening for newlywed Hannah Swensen Bartonnot after her husband suddenly disappears . . . Hannah has felt as bitter as November in Minnesota since Ross vanished without a trace and left their marriage in limbo. Still, she throws herself into a baking frenzy for the sake of pumpkin pie and Thanksgiving-themed treats while endless holiday orders pour into The Cookie Jar. Hannah even introduces a raspberry Danish pastry to the menu, and P.K., her husbands assistant at KCOW-TV, will be one of the first to sample it. But instead of taking a bite, P.K., who is driving Rosss car and using his desk at work, is murdered. Was someone plotting against P.K. all along or did Ross dodge a deadly dose of sweet revenge? Hannah will have to quickly sift through a cornucopia of clues and suspects to stop a killer from bringing another murder to the table . . ....

Title : Raspberry Danish Murder
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ISBN : 35277384
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 304 pages
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Raspberry Danish Murder Reviews

  • James

    A little over a year ago, I joined NetGalley and Raspberry Danish Murder, the 22nd book in the Hannah Swensen cozy mystery series by Joanne Fluke, was one of the first books I requested. It had just been published, but I was ten books behind in the series. Throughout the last year, I finally caught up and read this one. From what I'd read, given the strange arc the books took a little while ago, it wasn't going to be good. Forgetting the love/romance change, the mystery itself in this book was v ...more

  • Darinda

    Hannah's husband Ross is missing. She's worried about him, so she throws herself into her work. Ross's coworker P.K. is filling in for Ross, using his office and driving his car. When P.K. dies mysteriously, Hannah looks into his death to determine if it was related to Ross's disappearance. Along the way, Hannah learns some new things about her husband.

    The 22nd book in the Hannah Swensen series. These cozy mysteries are light and entertaining. A fast read that's good for fans of cozies. Plus, r
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  • Christina/ The Blog for Teachers, Readers, & Life!

    This was one of my favorite Hannah Swenson books!❤

    Schennagins+Mystery+cats= a fun and captivating read

    I couldn’t wait to see what happens next. It kept me up at night.
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  • Nurse Lisa In Ohio (PRN Book Reviews)

    3.5/5.....NOT MY IDEA OF A GOODS ENDING, THOUGH. So disappointed & frustrated that the next book will be a retrospective story.

  • Lisa Ks Book Reviews

    I have been such a fan of the Hannah Swensen Mysteries. They’re good, clean, entertaining fun. Well, you know, with murder. But I have to say, I’ve not been overly thrilled with the last few books in the series. As with a good percentage of Hannah fans, I do not like her husband, Ross. I cheered when he disappeared. So, the fact that this book would maybe be Ross free made me excited to read it. But for reasons other than Ross, RASPBERRY DANISH MURDER was not the best book in this series.

    The co
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  • Mary  (Biblophile)

    A sad attempt to revive a dying series. This particular book seemed like a juvenile wrote it. Very little mystery as most of the book was taken up with recipes and food talk. The rest was Hannah obsessing about what was wrong with her that her new husband left and hasn't come back. I hope the author either gets this series back on track or puts it to bed.

  • Kate Olson

    I have read every single book in this series! I definitely liked this one more than the last one given that I HATED Ross.......all I want is for the Norman and Mike and Hannah triangle to last forever ;-)

  • Kim

    Raspberry Danish Murder was better than the previous Hannah Swenson book but still seems very odd compared to the rest of the series.

    Is there a ghostwriter writing these books now? It seems every character name is overused. I don't remember early in the series Hannah constantly addresssing her sisters or Norman by name in every statement during a conversation like this:

    "If we stop to eat we can have a break Hannah"

    "That sounds good Michelle"

    "I thought so too Hannah" etc. Very stiff and formal d
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