My second book for the Mystery and Suspense Challenge is the Apple Turnover Murder by Joanna Fluke. This is the 13th Hannah Swenson Mystery. Hannah Swenson is the owner of a cookie shop in a small town in Minnesota. She has an amazing talent, or is it bad luck, to stumble on murder victims. For some reason finding a murdered person inspires her to sleuthing, I think most sane people would run the other way.
I’ve enjoyed all the books in this series. They are light, fun mysteries with a bit of romance and a lot of recipes. This one was a little sad to me, with problems in Hannah’s personal life which of course are not cleared up in this book. The mystery itself was a little weaker than some of the others, it was obvious to me right away who the killer was and why. I still enjoyed the book and am eagerly waiting for the next one to be released.
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