In Joanne Fluke's Cherry Cheesecake Murder, the 8th installment in the Hannah Swensen culinary cozy series, actions did speak louder than words. First Hannah was in a pickle, when she was stuck in the love triangle between two men who proposed to her... and later turned them down with her answer. She didn't want to get into a betting war, either. Then when word came that a movie production had came to her small town of Lake Eden to film some scenes there. When every world's a stange, everybody was a key player in the film as extras. Besides her old college friend Ross Barton produced the film, things got heated with Dean Lawrence, the director, when he rubbed people the wrong way. During the set, he was accidentally shot with a gun and not as prop. Now it was up to Hannah and Mike to find out who done it and why they switched revolvers in the end.
This was another great culinary cozy in the Hannah Swensen series that featured recipes! I adored Hannah and her sisters and cared for Mike and even for Norman who both vied for her attention. I loved how she made them jealous when she dined with Ross. I continued to love Lake Eden's small town charm in Minnesota and how the town came together. This would enchant you with a great cozy to read and heat up those winter nights with a spark of romance, intrigue, mystery and non-stop action with drama.
Will you dig into the cherry cheesecake murder tonight? If so, check it out!
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