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message 1: by Nae (new) - rated it 5 stars

Nae | 1 comments I have been waiting for her newest book & thankfully found this, in hardcover, at Barns & Noble on clearence no less !!!
I will let you know how it is once I finish.

Anyone else read/reading this one??


Jennifer (jhaltenburger) Nae wrote: "I have been waiting for her newest book & thankfully found this, in hardcover, at Barns & Noble on clearence no less !!!
I will let you know how it is once I finish.

Anyone else read/reading this ..."


Haven't read this one although I've read a bunch of hers-- was it good?


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Vonnie Jeffers (vonjeffers) | 2 comments Hi everyone! I am new to Joanne Flukes, just started Chocolate Chip Chip Murder!


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Vonnie wrote: "Hi everyone! I am new to Joanne Flukes, just started Chocolate Chip Chip Murder!"

Hi Vonnie~ I really love Joanne Fluke and her cookie jar mysteries. I think I have read about seven and I only started last summer. You might also like the Cupcake Bakery ones by Jenn McKinley. I really love the coffeehouse ones by Cleo Coyle too. Take care and happy reading- Sarah


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Christina I juast started Witches' Bane by Susan Wittig Albert


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Mandie Ratcliffe | 1 comments After randomly discovering joanne fluke at the library i am now hooked so am starting off with The chocolate chip murder :-)


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Vonnie Jeffers (vonjeffers) | 2 comments Sarah wrote: "Vonnie wrote: "Hi everyone! I am new to Joanne Flukes, just started Chocolate Chip Chip Murder!"

Hi Vonnie~ I really love Joanne Fluke and her cookie jar mysteries. I think I have read about seven..."


Thanks Sarah! I look forward to reading your suggestions.


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Christina The Long Quiche Goodbye by Avery Aames


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Camille (mrsacb) | 5 comments Just started reading and half way through Devils Food cake murder. Great so far! Can't wait to make the chicken soup or the apricot bread.


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Christina Murder with Peacocks by Donna Andrews


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Lisa | 1 comments Vonnie wrote: "Hi everyone! I am new to Joanne Flukes, just started Chocolate Chip Chip Murder!"
I love this series! Be warned it will make you hungry!


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Penny Walker richardson | 1 comments Hello, I am waiting for a chocolate chip murder to become available to my online library so I can start it. I can't wait. Has anyone read A Catered Murdered series? They are wonderful also, and come with recipes as well.


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Christina Penny who writes those?


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Camille (mrsacb) | 5 comments Joanne Fluke write the "dessert" murders


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Camille (mrsacb) | 5 comments Isis Crawford writes "A Catered Murder"


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Christina A Crafty Killing by Lorraine Bartlett


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Christina Town in a Blueberry Jam by B. B. Haywood


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Christina Fleeced by Carol Higgins Clark


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Christina Hangman's Root by Susan Wittig Albert


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Camille (mrsacb) | 5 comments 18 Seconds by George D. Shuman


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Christina Lost and Fondue by Avery Aames


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Christina Brownies and Broomsticks by Bailey Cates


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Christina Evil Eclairs by Jessica Beck


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Christina Town in a Lobster Stew by B. B. Haywood


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Christina Prime Cut Diane Mott Davidson


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Christina A Slice of Murder by Chris Cavender


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Christina Lemon Tart by Josi S. Kilpack


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Melissa (mblisa) | 28 comments I recently got The Whole Enchilada by Diane Mott Davidson, I enjoy this series.


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Christina Bran New Death by Victoria Hamilton


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AngryGreyCat (angrygreycatreads) Christina wrote: "Bran New Death by Victoria Hamilton"

This one is new isn't it? I think I just say it on the cozy mystery release list. I'd be interested to hear what you think of it.


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Christina Fanficfan44 wrote: "Christina wrote: "Bran New Death by Victoria Hamilton"

This one is new isn't it? I think I just say it on the cozy mystery release list. I'd be interested to hear what you think of it."


I really enjoyed this book. I am so looking forward to the next one. To me there was no "oh me" pity factor in this book at all. I also thought the plot of this book was great. Of course the baddie in the book was not who I thought it was, that made it even better for me.


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Christina The Case of the Roasted Onion by Claudia Bishop
The Case of the Roasted Onion (The Casebook of Dr. McKenzie, #1) by Claudia Bishop


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Christina Recipe for Murder by Lisa Harris


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Christina Death in the Cards by Sharon Short


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Christina Tragic Toppings by Jessica Beck


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Christina I've been reading Town in a WildMoose Chase by B. B. Haywood


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Christina The Chocolate Snowman Murders by JoAnna Carl


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Christina Death and the Easter Bunny by Linda Berrh


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Christina Linda Berry


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Christina The Lies That Bind by Kate Carlisle


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Christina Dial C for Chihuahua by Waverly Curtis


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Christina Lowcountry Boil by Susan M. Boyer


Maria (sexydva) | 2 comments Christina wrote: "Lowcountry Boil by Susan M. Boyer"

I just started reading the same book!


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Christina Eggs in Purgatory by Laura Chlids


Maria-Did you like Lowcountry Boil? I thought it was good. I like books with alot of twist and turns and this one had many of those!


Maria (sexydva) | 2 comments I really liked it, although I got annoyed with how many risks she took. I'll read the next one in the series. Not a big fan of the Cackleberry books by Laura Childs though. Just can't seem to get into that series.


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Christina I'm only on page 45, I do hope it will pick up a little more though.


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Christina A Deadly Grind by Victoria Hamilton


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Christina A Cookie Before Dying by Virginia Lowell


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Carola Goodman (goodreadscomcarola_goodman) | 2 comments Hello Everyone ~ I just joined this group but I wish I had known about it before I finished the latest in Susan Wittig Albert's "The Cottage Tales of Beatrix Potter" series! These books are incredibly charming (8 in the series so far) and they include English farm recipes that are delicious and not at all difficult. I highly recommend this series.

This author has another series - China Bayles Mysteries - that I have not yet read.


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Becky | 1 comments Carola wrote: "Hello Everyone ~ I just joined this group but I wish I had known about it before I finished the latest in Susan Wittig Albert's "The Cottage Tales of Beatrix Potter" series! These books are incred..."

Hi Carola. I haven't read the Beatrix Potter series but I love the china bayles series. She also writes another series - the Darling Dahlias series. it's set in the depression & has old depression era recipes. Good clean mysteries.


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