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Apple Turnover Murder Bundle with Key Lime Pie Murder, Cherry Cheesecake Murder, Lemon Meringue Pie Murder and an EXTENDED excerpt of Devil's Food Cake Murder

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Apple Turnover Murder Bundle

Apple Turnover Murder

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Early summer brings plenty of work for baker Hannah Swensen, even before Mayor Bascomb's wife drops by The Cookie Jar to place an order for her charity event...for eleven-hundred cookies! And Hannah almost flips when her business partner, Lisa, suggests setting up an

Kindle Edition, 1335 pages
Published (first published January 1st 2011)
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Ridiculous books. Embarrassing, like eating too many donuts. Can't imagine why I like this genre so much, but I do! If you removed every reference to drinking coffee, the books would lose 1/3 their volume. I still prefer Diane Mott Davidson, but enjoyed these, even though the love triangle thing got on my nerves. I would not recommend these to anyone I know unless they share my strange fascination with pastry chefs who solve REALLY hokey murders.
Tammy S. Weibel
This review refers to the ebook version of the bundle.

I read the first book in the series and then bought this bundle. I like the series alright but have to say that I prefer the Suzanne Heart character in Jessica Beck's Donut Shop Mystery series. Just a personal opinion. Also, the order of the books in the bundle was all mixed up. I didn't expect them to be "consecutive" in order but at least chronologically in order would have been good. It was jarring going back and forth in time and that did
Quick read - series gets repetitive. Great recipes and a mystery to solve.
I tried to like these books, I really did.

I do like the recipes within the book, it's a great concept. They are great recipes, but the books are not.

I find the books focus on the baked goods, go into descriptive detail about each treat, from the baking process, to the tasting. The main story is mediocre at best. I found it severely lacking in everything.

I am an avid baker, so after I could not force myself to read any more of the story, I went through for the recipes specifically and wrote them
I liked these! The only problem is that I am dying for cookies while reading them. They're light reading. I tried the mocha balls recipe and it came out great. I'll be trying more of the recipes.
This series of books were fun and light reading. Hannah is a baker, who is about 20 pounds over weight. She has two boy friends, she is thirty, and she isn't ready to get married. She is part owner of the Cookie Jar, and they make wonderful cookies. The books are full of recipes, which hurried over. Hannah has three sisters, and a mother, who is always trying to get her married. Hannah has a habit of finding dead bodies. Hannah and her family and friends help to solve the murders. Hannah lives i ...more
Reen Graham
It's always fun to escape reality into the world of Hannah. Wish I could live in that perfect community. I found many typos that distracted from the reading experience. I would read these stories despite the typos. Entertaining and at times tongue in cheek. A fictional character I can relate to and enjoy.
Enjoy these mysteries, easily read, and light hearted. I do wish they had put them in the book in the order they were written.
Mar 02, 2014 Kj rated it 1 of 5 stars
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Because I could not findApple Turnover by itself I used the bundle for this review. These books are more filled with recipes than anything else. I never tried the recipes but if they are anything like the books I am thankful because these stories have no substance. The love triangle is ridiculous and now the stories are. Anyone can see that no company would offer anyone such a ridiculous offer and the cured stomach ache? Awful series!!!
Not my ideal type of book although I will read anything people give me (I'm also currently reading a textbook on engine repair). My mom has lent me numerous books from this series. It's not my favorite genre but I will say the Diane Mott Davidson books are better than these. I found more mistakes and flimsier storylines from the Joanne Fluke books and I think they went a little over board with the coffee references.
Good books. Easy read. Kind of like Jessica Fletcher but with cookies!
Makes me want to bake a batch of cookies! Bought this on my Kobo. Didn't like that the books were out of order. I am also not liking that my Kobo Vox search function is extremely limited and I am having trouble getting back to any of the recipes I wanted to try.
I read Apple Pie Turnover - don't know why I can't find it listed by itself here.
An old "flame" from Hannah's college comes to town. He seduced younger sister Michelle in the same way. ANd now he's dead, and Hannah helps to find the killer. Tension between the Norman/Mike choice is getting strained.
Goodies and mystery with a touch of romance and even some suspense. I think I'd like Hannah's Cookie Jar. and the recipes are very easy to follow
Just finished reading the Apple Turnover and Key Lime Pie books in thjs series. Both were very good & I love all the recipes included!
Just finished "Devil's Food Cake Murder" and it was fun as usual. And I love being in the kitchen as much as Hannah, so we've bonded!
I got this set on my Kindle for about $5. It was great not having to look for another book when I finished one of them.
Christine Lussier
e-book returned itself to the library before I could finish! Another day...
First Read: June 8th to 10th, 2011
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Like Hannah Swensen, Joanne Fluke grew up in a small town in rural Minnesota where her neighbors were friendly, the winters were fierce, and the biggest scandal was the spotting of unidentified male undergarments on a young widow's clothesline. She insists that there really are 10,000 lakes and the mosquito is NOT the state bird.

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