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Blueberry Muffin Murder by Joanne Fluke
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Mar 06, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: 2012, cozy, kobo, library-book, mystery, joanne-fluke
Read from March 06 to 11, 2012

It's February in Eden Lake, and Hannah is getting ready for the first Winter Festival by baking hundreds of cookies for the venues. A national celebrity, Connie MacIntosh (or Connie Mac) is opening a new kitchen shop at the mall and will be making appearances and signing her cook books in the library. When the truck carrying her huge cake for the festival's banquet goes off the road and the cake is damaged, Hannah shop is commandeered to bake the new cake. Connie Mac is very sweet to the public, but is a rude and demanding person to those that work for her. Hannah is happy to leave in the evening, but when she arrives the next day she finds the back door of the kitchen unlocked, the kitchen full of dirty bowls and mixers, and in her pantry lies Connie Mac, dead with a huge wound in the back of her skull. Hannah and her sister Andrea decide to investigate.

This was another fun read, but the bad diets of the characters makes me wonder how they can stay so slim. Imagine: grilled cheese sandwiches made of cream cheese, and fries dipped in blue cheese dressing. And of course, cookies for breakfast, lunch and supper, and for midnight snacks as well!

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