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Devil's Food Cake Murder by Joanne Fluke
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Apr 11, 2012

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Read in February, 2012

So I like reading this series.
I started reading this series since, what 7th grade?
So it's something that I can't really just stop reading.

All of Fluke's books have been enjoyable but not fantastic.
I still got entertained reading her books but the way the story flows is ALWAYS the same.

But I think you shouldn't categorize this series just as mystery novel
because the part I enjoy the most is not the murder scene but the life of people at Lake Eden.
Of course, reading how Hannah, Norman, and Mike's love triangle progresses is the highlight of this series
I was actually getting annoyed by how Hannah never chooses one, so I was worried it might get boring
but Fluke added some drama in the book at the end of Devil's Food Cake Murder.
(I hoping it won't end up as a lame soap opera-ish story)

But Andrea is my favorite since there are so many things I can relate to her (well, except for her pretty face and body of a supermodel)

I'm pretty sure that all readers will be able to find at least one character in the series that you read about and go
"That's so me!"

Once you find that character, you really can't abandon reading this series
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Shawna I agree, I read the series for the stories about Lake Eden.

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