This week I'm reviewing the next book in the Hannah Swenson murder mystery series.
Bakery owner Hannah Swensen has a dress to fit into and a date with her sister, Andrea, at Lake Eden's new health club, Heavenly Bodies. Dragging herself out of bed on a frigid Minnesota morning for exercise, of all things, is bad enough. Discovering the body of man-eating bombshell Ronni Ward floating in the gym's jacuzzi? Okay, that's worse. Nor does it help that there's a plate of The Cookie Jar's very own cream puffs garnishing the murder scene.
Trying to narrow the list of Ronni's enemies down to fewer than half the town's female population, Hannah has her plate full. Trouble is, when it comes to cookies - and to murder - there's always room for one more. . .
Onto the 11th book! This book takes Mike to whole new level of jerky. I'm sure you know how I feel about him by now, but I'm sure if you were indifferent before this book, you'll be Team Norman for sure after this installment!
Obviously, since this is the 11th book, Fluke's formula is pretty predictable - Hannah finds body, Hannah investigates despite police objections, Hannah finds herself in predicament with killer and is rescued by one of the guys. But hey - if it ain't broke, don't fix it. I don't care. I love it. Really the relationship developments more than the actual murder mysteries, but still. I'll keep reading anyway.