Another great series I love; and this one includes recipes!
Okay; I have not tried the recipes, but they sound amazing! I have my staple of Christmas goodies I make every year, but I really need to hop outside of that small, boring box!
So, for the good stuff. A Christmas story full of murder and mayhem. What more could you ask for?
Hannah Swenson seems to be the most unlucky person you could ever meet. Unlucky at work, unlucky at love, and very lucky at finding murdered people. But, she has more than one suitor at any given time, so really; how unlucky is she?
This story has multiple murders, and multiple suspects. What more could one ask for on a negative-zero-wind-chill day?
Sorry; that is just my Michigan-me talking 🙂
While Hanna tries to run her cookie store, everyone else tries to run her life.
Have you read it? Do you love it as much as I do? Let me know! And if you ever tried the recipes, I have got to know what you thought!
Out of all the books I have read in this series so far, this one has been my favorite! I know some people do not like reading a series about a small town person who always seems to find the murdered body, but I really like these stories.
The characters are familiar, and you are a part of the small community. Stoneham, New Hampshire in this case. A small tourist town that has made its mark with various bookstores that the vacationers love.
Case in point: one Tricia Miles, owner of the “Haven’t Got a Clue” mystery book bookstore. Her sister Angelica is close by, running her own cookbook bookstore, as well as a lunchtime diner. You can really relate to these characters, and will definitely find your favorite town character to love or hate.
Unfortunately for Tricia, a long lost lover, aka faked-his-own-death-20-years-ago, is back in town. His wife is murdered, and that leaves only two main suspects.
I prefer to not divulge too much in my reviews, but I definitely want to hear from anyone who has read these stories as well! I will be more detailed in future reviews of this series, but do not want to be the one who posts the spoilers.
Did you love them, or hate them?
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I bought this book several years ago off Ebay, along with a smaller book about Abraham Lincoln and his Step-Mother. I really never had any intention of reading either, as I just purchased them to put with all the rest of my Abraham Lincoln things I have collected over the years.
With all the big names that contributed, I think I may indeed end up reading this!