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    Not worth it

    This is the first book I have read by Joanne Fluke and it will be the last. The whole time I was reading this, I kept thinking, why is she so popular? It's basically a cookbook with a story written between recipes, and a thin story at that. The characters were dull and unbelievable, the story was boring and easy to predict. All they do is eat cookies all day long and talk about what to have for dinner. There are lots of good cozies out there - skip this one.
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    Good

    I found this book to be interesting and full of events. I liked the fact that there swerve bakery recipes for cookies and pies.
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    Hannah's Accident

    It's been four months since Hannah last found a dead body, and the only thing on her mind is getting her mother to settle on something for her wedding. That is until a sever summer storm forces Hannah to lose control of her car and hit a man, killing him. But no one recognizes him. Who is he? And what was he doing in Lake Eden? There is little that changes in the lives of the characters, but I still enjoyed visiting them again since I found them their normal charming selves. The cliffhanger at the end definitely made me want the next book out soon.
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    Another Swensen solved it!

    This series is great for making you hungry. The characters are described so definitively that they could be your closest friend!
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