Double Fudge Brownie Murder (A Hannah Swenson Mystery)

Hannah’s freedom is on the line yet again as she waits for the outcome of the murder trial. However, while Hannah is waiting for the Judge outside his chambers she hears an odd noise. She walks into his chambers to check on him and finds the judge DEAD. Hannah’s propensity for finding bodies is getting her into trouble because this time this is a second body that she’s found in such a short time.

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Blackberry Pie Murder (A Hannah Swenson Mystery)

The small town baker famous for her cookies finds herself in the middle of a murder investigation–as the murderer! She hits a stranger with her car on her way home in a storm. Hannah even ends up in the jail for a weekend. But once more information is gathered, she is released and starts working to clear her name by doing the second thing that comes natural to her–investigation.

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Red Velvet Cupcake Murder (A Hannah Swenson Mystery) by Joanne Fluke

While the rest of the residents try to keep cool in Minnesota’s Lake Eden, Hannah has to balance the summer heat with the heat from her own oven! When The Cookie Jar is contracted for a special job with someone who Hannah has some bad history with, she tries to work on being as professional as possible.

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Cinnamon Roll Murder: A Hannah Swenson Mystery by Joanne Fluke

It’s the end of winter in Minnesota. And Lake Eden is abuzz with a Jazz Festival. Hannah has been tasked to make some cinnamon rolls for a locally known jazz band (named the Cinnamon Roll Six) and is excited to visit the Inn where they’ll be staying. However, on their way out to the Inn, Hannah and her sister Michelle encounter a huge accident,

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Gingerbread Cookie Murder (A Hannah Swenson Mystery) by Joanne Fluke

Hannah’s skills will be tested even closer to home when she stumbles on a murder scene in her very own condo complex. In fact, the last time anyone really saw the deceased was when he bought some of The Cookie Jar’s gingerbread cookies. While trying to determine who might want her neighbor to die, a better question comes up–who DIDN’T have a motive for killing her neighbor?

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Devil’s Food Cake Murder: A Hannah Swenson Mystery by Joanne Fluke

Hannah Swenson is thrust into a mystery when a new minister comes into town to help the current minister and Hannah’s dear friend, Claire, their honeymoon. But when the minister turns up dead shortly, and a similar-looking man shows up saying the dead man was an imposter, it is up to Hannah to solve the mystery and save the day.

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