A romantic seven-day cruise is the perfect start to bakery owner Hannah Swensen's marriage. However, with a murder mystery heating up in Lake Eden, Minnesota, it seems the newlywed's homecoming won't be as sweet as she anticipated....
After an extravagant honeymoon, Hannah's eager to settle down in Lake Eden and turn domestic daydreams into reality. But when her mother's neighbor is discovered murdered in the condo downstairs, reality becomes a nightmarish investigation. Victoria Bascomb, once a renowned stage actress, was active in the theater community during her brief appearance in town...and made throngs of enemies along the way. Did a random intruder murder the woman, as police claim, or was a deadlier scheme at play? As Hannah peels through countless suspects and some new troubles of her own, solving this crime - and living to tell about it - might prove trickier than mixing up the ultimate banana cream pie.
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- Chuck Thomas
If it ain't broke don't fix it!
Why is it seemingly impossible for writers to allow a main character to have a little happiness. Being married doesn't preclude having a life, but for authors, it seems to be the kiss of death. A very unsatisfactory ending all the way around. My advise, give this one a pass - unless you're a glutton for punishment and love to see the main character in unnessary anguish. AWFUL !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
No, just books in this series.
Suzanne Toren is a terrific reader. The content is not her fault.
Ross Barton. He should have been left out of all the books if this was going to be his end.
You can't unring a bell. So you can't go back and pretend Ross never existed. So, now the reader is left caught between the proverbial rock and a hard place. And that is a very uncomfortable place indeed. Shame, shame, Joanne Fluke.