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Publisher's Summary

In this batch of sweet, short murder mysteries, three cooks don’t spoil the broth.
New York Times best-selling author Joanne Fluke pens the title story, in which a box of Hannah Swensen’s gingerbread cookies is found near the corpse of her neighbor.
Popular co-authors Laura Levine and Leslie Meier offer “The Dangers of Gingerbread Cookies” and “Gingerbread Cookies and Gunshots”, respectively.
Together, these three cozies will entertain listeners while compelling them to think twice about a cherished holiday treat.
©2010 Joanne Fluke, Leslie Meier, Laura Lavine (P)2010 Recorded Books, LLC
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Critic Reviews

"Fluke, Levine, and Meier each offer a yuletide whodunit treat.... In Fluke's wry "Gingerbread Cookie Murder," Hannah Swensen of the Cookie Jar in Lake Eden, Minn., wants her neighbor Ernie Kusak to simply lower the volume on his too loud Christmas outdoor display, but she soon discovers Ernie with his head bashed in. In Levine's hilarious "The Dangers of Gingerbread Cookies," Jaine Austen's holiday stay at her parents' home in the Tampa Vistas retirement community is enlivened by the murder of elderly lothario Dr. Preston McCay, whose neck gets broken during his star turn in an amateur play called The Gingerbread Cookie That Saved Christmas. Rounding out the volume is Meier's less cheery but poignant "Gingerbread Cookies and Gunshots," about Maine reporter Lucy Stone's investigation of a four-year-old boy's disappearance." ( Publishers Weekly)
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1 out of 5 stars
By Marilyn S. Hope on 11-01-10

GingerBread Cookie Murder

Don't waste your time or money on this one. So short, and not of the quality of her other work. Then the other two books are not up to the quality of Fluke. So sorry I wasted my money and a credit on this book.

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8 of 11 people found this review helpful

1 out of 5 stars
By Sally on 07-07-18

Not worth a credit

The only books worth was the first book the second one narrator was so boring

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