Pink Lemonade Cake Murder (Hannah Swensen Series #29)

Pink Lemonade Cake Murder (Hannah Swensen Series #29)

by Joanne Fluke

Narrated by Suzanne Toren

Unabridged — 7 hours, 51 minutes

Pink Lemonade Cake Murder (Hannah Swensen Series #29)

Pink Lemonade Cake Murder (Hannah Swensen Series #29)

by Joanne Fluke

Narrated by Suzanne Toren

Unabridged — 7 hours, 51 minutes

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Overview

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The Hannah Swensen Series usually lands in February. However, this recipe took a little longer to bake, and it was worth the wait. Summer fun, cakes and a cold-blooded murder. Anticipation! Am I right?

In this irresistible mystery from New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Joanne Fluke, Hannah Swensen is at the center of a lively summer fest with fun for everyone in Lake Eden, Minnesota-including a cold-blooded murderer ...
The Tri-County Summer Solstice Celebration has come to town, and even among local artisans, athletes, and marching bands, Hannah attracts fans of her own while serving lip-smacking pink lemonade desserts. But the mood sours when a body turns up, leading revelers to wonder
if the festivities mark both the longestday of the year and the deadliest ...
A retired professional MLB player has met a terrifying end-and, considering the rumors swirling about his past, the list of suspects could fill a small stadium.
Among them could soon be Delores, Hannah's mother, who publicly held a grudge against the victim after he infamously dunked her in the tank at a previous county fair ...
Now, with her mother's innocence on the line, a life-changing announcement at The Cookie Jar, and a plethora of desserts to bake, Hannah can't afford to strike out as she begins a dangerous investigation into the ruthless killer who's truly in a league of their own ...
Features Over a Dozen Cookie and Dessert Recipes from The Cookie Jar!

Editorial Reviews

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Praise for Joanne Fluke's Hannah Swensen Mystery Series
 
“The mystery is page-turning AND the bakery treats are mouthwatering.” —Jules Herbert, B&N Reads on Caramel Pecan Roll Murder
 
“A good puzzle, lots of delicious recipes, and time spent with Hannah’s beloved fan-favorite cat, Moishe…Fluke reinforces her place as the queen of culinary cozies.” —Publishers Weekly on Caramel Pecan Roll Murder
 
“Naturally, there are suspects aplenty, but Hannah wants to make sure the Lake Eden police find the right one. Will her investigation place the plucky baker in danger? You betcha.” — Kirkus Reviews on Caramel Pecan Roll Murder
 
“Fluke’s fans call her ‘the queen of culinary capers’—and her stories have shown me just how cozy mysteries can be when food is at the heart of them.” —Bon Appetit

“Fans of the long-running cozy series will enjoy the baking frame, the delicious-sounding recipes interspersed throughout the story.” —Booklist on Caramel Pecan Roll Murder
 
"The coziest cozies remain those by Joanne Fluke." —The New York Times Book Review on Banana Cream Pie Murder

“Fans of the beloved long-running series will revel in another encounter with the familiar cast of characters, all the while relishing the baking frame and the delicious-sounding recipes that are interspersed throughout.” —Booklist on Triple Chocolate Cheesecake Murder
 
“Another sweet-tempered outing filled with tempting sweets.” —Kirkus Reviews on Triple Chocolate Cheesecake Murder
 
“Don't miss this charming mystery, which will also satisfy your sweet tooth.” —Booklist, STARRED REVIEW for Christmas Cupcake Murder
 
“Dripping with sweet desserts and mystery!” —PopSugar on Christmas Cupcake Murder
 
“A lighthearted murder mystery that also happens to have some delicious recipes sprinkled throughout.” —Romper on Christmas Cupcake Murder
 
“Fun characters, delicious treats and a dash of danger abound in this super-sweet whodunit.” —Woman’s World (Book Club Pick) on Christmas Cupcake Murder
 
“Many delightful and mouth-watering recipes…Perusing these sweet treats is sure to have the reader salivating without even consuming a morsel!” —New York Journal of Books on Christmas Cupcake Murder
 
"Fluke demonstrates why she's considered the queen of culinary cozies." —Publishers Weekly on Coconut Layer Cake Murder
 
"Cozy mysteries don't get any cozier than Joanne Fluke's, and her latest in the Hannah Swensen series is no exception...The continued antics of Lake Eden's quirky characters make Coconut Layer Cake Murder a treat—everything a cozy mystery should be."  —ForeWord Reviews
 
"Congratulations to Joanne Fluke for pulling us in once again into a world where food is plentiful, true friends are faithful, and someone is always there to help when problems come along." —The Food Channel on Chocolate Cream Pie Murder
 
“My favorite guilty-pleasure reading material.” —Eater
 
“Full of delicious recipes, this novel is sure to give sweet-tooth sleuths a lot to dig in to!” —Woman’s World on Banana Cream Pie Murder

Kirkus Reviews

2023-06-08
The Lake Eden, Minnesota, gang plots to keep their favorite detective on the job.

Hannah Swensen is just getting the coffee brewing at The Cookie Jar, her bakery and cafe, when her sister Andrea rushes in with a frantic message from her husband, Bill, the local sheriff. Mike Kingston is down at the station filling out his retirement papers, and Bill hopes that Hannah can persuade his ace crime solver to stay on the job. Since Mike remains determined, Hannah calls Stella, Mike’s mentor, to intervene. Stella thinks a fishing trip might get Mike to settle down and rethink his decision. While he and Stella angle for bass, Hannah assembles the troops—her mom, Delores; Delores’ husband, Doc Knight; her best friend, Norman; and even Grandma Knudson—to plan their strategy. Fortunately, a case soon falls in their lap that’s juicy enough to tempt Mike to return. Former major league pitcher Bernie “No-No” Fulton arrives in town and immediately starts pissing people off. He drives his Cadillac down the main drag with a bunch of scantily clad high school girls hanging out the back seat, leaving a crowd of angry parents and boyfriends in his wake. It isn’t long before No-No is killed, and Mike wants in on the investigation. Now, however, Hannah and her crew won’t hear of it, insisting that they can crack the case on their own. Fluke’s study in reverse psychology has its humorous side, but the amateur sleuths wear out so much shoe leather chasing down suspects that readers may well wonder how they’re going to get Mike back home if they accidentally solve the murder themselves.

Some gentle humor and a staggering number of recipes but not much mystery.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940178307663
Publisher: Recorded Books, LLC
Publication date: 07/25/2023
Series: Hannah Swensen Series , #29
Edition description: Unabridged
Sales rank: 550,125
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