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Fudge Cupcake Murder

Sunday, June 12, 2022

Fudge Cupcake Murder (2004) Joanne Fluke (Hannah Swensen)

Fudge Cupcake MurderBook 5.

When the sheriff turns up dead, Hannah’s brother-in-law is accused of killing his political opponent and since Andrea is stuck on bed-rest, it’s up to Hannah to find the killer quickly–before her brother-in-law drives her sister crazy.

I’ve got some other news, too.”

“What’s that?”

“Doc Knight moved up my due date to the third week in November.” Hannah frowned. “Can he do that?”


The things Hannah doesn’t know amuses me.

And I do love the weird signs of the time period.

Ten minutes later, Hannah hung up the phone. Her neck was sore from cradling the phone between her head and her shoulder while she talked.

They wanted me to turn on MTV while they were eating their cookies and they were really disappointed when I told them that we didn’t have cable.

And this cracked me up.

She even compared him to an older version of Kenneth Branagh.

Since that would be today’s Kenneth Branagh.

The mysteries are just fine, but I knew pretty quickly who the murderer was. And I got really irked when she figured out who the murdered was and just… hung around waiting for them to show up.

I do love reading the recipes.

Hannah tended to regard being caught without pen and paper as a sin even worse than substituting margarine for butter.

Publisher: Kensington Books

Rating: 5/10

Categories: Cozy, eBook, Female, Food, Mystery

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