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  • Not as good as the others

    When the Mayor is found dead in his office by Andrea, who had a fight with him and slapped him earlier in the day, Hannah is on the case. This time, since Andrea’s husband is the sheriff the team welcomes Hannah’s help since they are down a man on the case. With plenty of suspects who hated the man, Hanna and the team have a lot of ground to cover in finding the culprit. I’m starting to wonder if the author is using ghost writers, this one, in a long standing series, read much like I wrote it…in my youth. The descriptions of some things border on inane and who keeps saying each others names when there are only two people talking to each other? That said, I’ll try the next one and see where that leaves me.

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  • Triple Chocolate Cheesecake, Anyone?

    This was another great mystery filled with good characters, an intriguing plot and... cookies and cheesecake, what more could you want? I loved reading about the characters. Since I read all of the previous books they seem like old friends. I did not understand why I heard Hannah's internal arguments. I felt that it was a little jarring, and it made Hannah's character look confused about everything. The plot had some mild action, but this is a light-hearted story, and I always feel good at the end. I received an advanced reader's copy from NetGalley in exchange for my honest review.

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  • Not great

    I have been reading this series since the very beginning. I have developed a real love-hate relationship with this series. Some I have really loved and others not so much. This one falls into the not so much. I am really tired of Hannah’s rational and suspicious minds arguing with each other. And what makes it worse, the voices in her head refer to her in the 3rd person. Get the girl on some medication, stat. This is not normal. I am also tired of Hannah and everyone else treating Andrea like an idiot. Up until the last few books, Andrea was a very successful real estate agent. Now she is just there to be an object of condescension. I get that she may not be the greatest cook, but she is neither a child nor an idiot. Why is Hannah always so tired? She barely works; everyone else is always either running The Cookie Jar or waiting on her hand and foot. At least we didn’t have to deal with any scenes of Moishe and Cuddles running races around the house and everyone lifting up their plates and feet. Pick Norman already and end this series. Thank you to Netgalley and Kensington for the ARC. All opinions expressed are my own.

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