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by Joanne Fluke

  • Author: Joanne Fluke
  • ISBN: 0758213654
  • ISBN13: 978-0758213655
  • ePub: 1890 kb | FB2: 1362 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Mystery
  • Publisher: Kensington; First Edition edition (August 1, 2005)
  • Pages: 304
  • Rating: 4.3/5
  • Votes: 556
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Peach Cobbler Murder ePub download

Books by Joanne Fluke. Peach cobbler murder. Cherry cheesecake murder. Published by Kensington Publishing Corporation.

Books by Joanne Fluke. Strawberry shortcake murder. Blueberry muffin murder. Lemon meringue pie murder. Fudge cupcake murder. A hannah swensen mystery with recipes. Kensington publishing corp. This book is for my GoldenRuel.

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Peach Cobbler Murder (2005). Cherry Cheesecake Murder (2006). Key Lime Pie Murder (2007). Red Velvet Cupcake Murder (February 2013). Joanne Fluke's Lake Eden Cookbook (September 2013) (includes short story and recipes). Blackberry Pie Murder (February 2014). Double Fudge Brownie Murder (February 2015).

I became interested in Joanne Fluke's books. quiet, that is, until there's a murder. Once again, although one of her boyfriends, Mike, warns her not to investigate and not to interfere, of course she does. This book is definitely worth the read (as are they all!).

It helped somewhat, but her knees were still shaking.

Peach Cobbler Murder. Hardcover Paperback Kindle. Joanne Fluke wrote several Regency Romance Books under the name Kathryn Kirkwood before her first book for the Hannah Swensen series came out. Her first regency romance novel was published in 1999

Peach Cobbler Murder. Her first regency romance novel was published in 1999. Entitled A Match for Melissa, this book tells about a girl named Melissa who dreamed of having her debut in London.

Now A Hallmark Movies & Mysteries Original Movie MURDER, SHE BAKED: A Peach Cobbler Mystery As she sits in her nearly empty bakery on Groundhog Day, Hannah Swensen can only hope that spring is just around the corner-and that the popularity of the new Magnolia Blossom Bakery is just a passing fad.

And Lisa's aunt will be bringing her famous Peach Cobbler to the reception. But Hannah starts to steam when she finds out that Shawna Lee has been invited-and is bringing her own Peach Cobbler. Hannah doesn't like having the Georgia Peach in the mix, especially when both Shawna Lee and Hannah's sometime-boyfriend, Detective Mike Kingston, are no-shows to the wedding. Hannah has suspected that Mike is interested in more than Shawna Lee's baking abilities.

More by Joanne Fluke. Keeps you interested. Fantastic story! I love how it draws you in and then when you think you've got it figured out you find out you're wrong. And I recall loved the extra surprise at the end. The recipes are really good. I have made some of them. Ms fluke keeps you wanting more. I can hardly wait to read her next book. Can't wait to start the next chapter of Hannah's life story, how will it go? Can't wait gotta start right now!. how more.

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With The Cookie Jar, Hannah Swensen has a mouth watering monopoly on the bakery business of Lake Eden, Minnesota. But when a rival store opens, tensions begin to bubble...As she sits in her nearly empty store on Groundhog Day, Hannah can only hope that spring is just around the corner - and that the popularity of the new Magnolia Blossom Bakery is just a passing fad. The southern hospitality of Lake Eden's two Georgia transplants, Shawna Lee and Vanessa Quinn, is grating on Hannah's nerves - and cutting into her profits. At least Hannah has her business partner Lisa's wedding to look forward to. She's turned one of Lisa's favorite childhood treats into a spectacular Wedding Cookie Cake. And Lisa's aunt will be bringing her famous Peach Cobbler to the reception. But Hannah starts to steam when she finds out that Shawna Lee has been invited - and is bringing her own Peach Cobbler. Hannah doesn't like having the Georgia Peach in the mix, especially when both Shawna Lee and Hannah's sometime-boyfriend, Detective Mike Kingston, are no-shows to the wedding. Hannah has suspected that Mike is interested in more than Shawna Lee's baking abilities. So when she sees lights on at the Magnolia Blossom Bakery after the reception, she investigates - and finds Shawna Lee shot to death. Everyone in town knew the Cookie Jar was losing business to the Magnolia Bakery - a fact that puts Hannah at the top of the initial list of suspects. But with a little help from her friends, Hannah's determined to prove that she wasn't the only one who had an axe to grind with the Quinn sisters. Somebody wasn't fooled by the Georgia Peaches and their sweet-as-pie act - and now it's up to Hannah to track down whoever had the right ingredients to whip up a murder...
Dilkree
I'm frustrated with Hannah. The love triangle with her/Norman/Mike that has been going on for a year and 7 books now is really irritating. The fact that Norman and Mike get along so well, while both dating the same girl just isn't believable. Not to mention that Hannah gets upset every time Norman or Mike even glance at other women, yet here she is dating two men at the same. Hypocrite?

The mystery/murder in this case was predictable too. It started out really good with another bakery opening up across the street from Hannah's thus resulting in competition over customers. Then it went downhill with Hannah getting upset over all her customers betraying her to their bakery plus Mike "betraying" her with the new owner. Hypocrite???
Cordanara
This is my last Hannah Swensen novel I'm afraid. They are getting formulaic, more than a little ridiculous and there seems to be no resolution to several key plot devices, namely who will Hannah marry? Just how many bodies can be found in this little town - it's fast becoming the Murder Capital of the world! Yet no one seems to notice nor be disturbed by this. Hannah has now nearly been offed by several murderers she has foolishly confronted without any back up... yet once again Hannah blunders (I thought she was so smart?) into a confrontation with the murderer. And just how long will Norm and Mike put up with her fickle ways? Make up your mind Hannah! I think I'll have to let these rest until the author shows some interest in writing some new material instead of repackaging the last mystery with a new title, a few new recipes and the same old storyline. And that makes me sad... I like Hannah and would really like to see where her life goes next if it didn't seem stuck in a perpetual loop.
Moswyn
Fluke steps up the series with Peach Cobbler Murder by focusing on core characters, tying up some loose ends from previous books, showing the power of strong and close relationships and setting what is hopefully the final competition between Mike and Norman for Hannah's heart.

The recipes sound delicious (but may be getting to be too strong of a theme in each book) and are integrating into the story more closely. Between these books and The Great British Baking Show, I am constantly surrounded by desserts lately!
Forcestalker
This truly is the food lover's perfect mystery series and is quite satisfying when I'm in the greedy mood for sweet treats and mayhem. Crusty and flaky nibbles of cookies and cake are laced though out the novel, with many rich coffee breaks thrown in and a great mystery to boot. Peach Cobbler murder is as appetizing as it is entertaining and as usual it left me hungry for more.

With the wedding happening, who's wedding you want to know, well I don't want to spoil things, but one happens, and coincidentally a murder happens at the same time, is the wedding the perfect distraction for the heinous act or was is simply the case of being in the wrong place at the wrong time? That is left to the investigators, and as usual Lake Eden has plenty of curious people trying to get down to the truth. New competition in the form of Shawna Lee and Vanessa Quinn appear in both, Hannah's professional and personal life, not only is her relationship with Mike in competition from Shawna but the new bakery opening in front of her own, ran by the sisters is draining Hannah out of funds and sanity. When one of them ends up shot in cold blood, no one looks less guilty than Hannah herself, while the real killer it out and ready to strike again. I enjoyed how intelligent this mystery was, the suspects were out there and the clues lead me in many directions making this a really fun read.

I loved this book, the bits with Moishe and the shrimp were hilarious, I was laughing out loud, and Hannah gets closer to both Mike and Norman, making that part of the book even more juicy and interesting, I'm totally hooked now, especially considering the stellar ending, wow...Now I want to find out what happened next...This series is the perfect dose of cute and cozy and the more I read it the more I like it, now that's what I call a good thing.

- Kasia S.
Nayatol
I have to admit that there are few mysteries that leave me surprised at the end, but this one definitely did!

Joanne Fluke's small town of Lake Eden, Minnesota is a delight, especially for anyone born and raised in Minnesota. The freaky weather, plugging in your car during below zero weather, bundling up to the ears are all familiar.

The central characters--and these seem to grow in number as one gets to know other residents of the town--are delightfully companionable, and the efforts of the town to promote its own survival are endearing. I attend all the picnics, ice fishing contests, cook-offs, etc. in Lake Eden I can!!

With this tale, the merry crew of Hannah Swenson, her sister, and her mother solve the murder of a professional and romantic rival of Hannah herself. Faced with near bankruptcy by the competitive efforts of the flirtatious Shawna Lee, Hannah has to try to figure out what's happening to her customers before The Cookie Jar goes under. When Shawna Lee is murdered, the entire town encourages Hannah to find out "who-dun-it!"

Throughout the entire story I was certain about who had committed the crime, but in the end I was totally wrong. (I thought my candidate would have been better, but it's Ms Fluke's story).

Again the plot is laced with recipes. My favorite is Aunt Kitty's Jamaican Rum Ball's on p.263, though the Fake Orange Julius on page 228 runs a close second.

Having a great time in Lake Eden; wish you were here!
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