Plum Pudding Murder by: Joanne Fluke

Title: Plum Pudding Murder
Author: Joanne Fluke
Publisher: Kensington
Pages: 307
Series: Hannah Swensen #12
Source: Paperback


Holiday business is booming at Hannah Swenson’s Cookie Jar pastry shop, but the mysterious murder of “Lunatic Larry” Jaeger puts a serious crimp in the season of good cheer.

From the looks of it, Larry had as many enemies as Hannah’s sugar cookies have sprinkles. With the 12 days of Christmas ticking down and cookie orders piling up, tracking down the killer won’t be easy.

A clever whodunit with pastry recipe dividends.

My Review:
As with anything Joanne Fluke does with our beloved Hannah she always manages to deliver and this story is no different, while Larry’s life comes to an end we also learn about Norman’s mother’s romantic interests. And see Hannah somewhat bond with her mother over courses at the local college. This book was filled with all sorts of yummy sounding recipes as well. I definitely enjoyed this story and could see myself reading

this one again. I rate this one a 5 cup book!


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