Raspberry Danish Murder by Joanne Fluke

Raspberry Danish Murder

Thanksgiving has a way of thawing the frostiest hearts in Lake Eden. But that won’t be happening for newlywed Hannah Swensen Barton—not after her husband suddenly disappears . . .Hannah has felt as bitter as November in Minnesota since Ross vanished without a trace and left their marriage in limbo. Still, she throws herself into a baking frenzy for the sake of pumpkin pie and Thanksgiving-themed treats while endless holiday orders pour into T...


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TitleRaspberry Danish Murder
Author
Release DateFeb 27th, 2018
PublisherKensington Pub Corp
GenreMystery, Cozy Mystery, Fiction
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Reviews Raspberry Danish Murder

  • Juli
    1970-01-01
    Hannah Swensen is still reeling from the disappearance of her new husband, Ross Barton. He disappeared without a trace, leaving no explanation. When Ross' former assistant at KCOW-TV, P.K. Alesworth, is killed after eating poisoned candy that was left on Ross' desk, Lake Eden police start to investigate to find out if Ross might have been the intended victim, Hannah and her crew, of course, decide to also investigate. Turns out, there are a lot o...
  • Amary Chapman
    1970-01-01
    Another wonderful offering in the Lake Eden / Hannah Swenson series. Worried about her missing husband, Hannah is thrown for a loop when his assistant id murdered in Ross' car. The sleuthing group are concerned that's there's a connection and investigate every possibility. They solve the case that seemed to be dead ended and were shocked by a revelation at the end. I can't wait to see where it leads.....you know she isn't going to accept it and r...
  • Kim
    1970-01-01
    Raspberry Danish Murder was better than the previous Hannah Swenson book but still seems very odd compared to the rest of the series. Is there a ghostwriter writing these books now? It seems every character name is overused. I don't remember early in the series Hannah constantly addresssing her sisters or Norman by name in every statement during a conversation like this:"If we stop to eat we can have a break Hannah""That sounds good Michelle""I t...
  • Jamie Holzberg / Fluff Smut & Murder
    1970-01-01
    Hannah Swensen and all of Lake Eden seem to survive yet another murder, another winter, and another onslaught of new cookie recipes in the most recent installment in the series. While the overall murder plot was terrific and there’s a great cliff hanger at the end, how many times do we have to hear about everyone’s knock? Or about Mike’s appetite? Does Hannah even create recipes anymore or is Michelle going to take that all over?What I love...
  • Book
    1970-01-01
    Hannah Swensen’s new husband, Ross, has gone missing and she has no clue where to find him. To make matters worse Ross’s assistant is killed and there is confusion about whether someone was trying to kill Ross and P.K. ended up dead or was P.K. the target. This plot line allows the principal characters to investigate P.K.’s death while looking for Ross without alerting the community to the fact that Ross is not out of town on assignment. As...
  • Laura
    1970-01-01
    As a long time fan of the series I was thrilled that this book, returns to the usual Hannah that we know and love. Hannah is back in great form with her business booming and supported by her good friends and family. The Cookie Jar is experiencing great success and its nice to read about Hannah happy again and doing what she loves. The recipes here are to die for and made me want for sugar which i have not eaten in years! Each recipe is at the end...
  • Christine
    1970-01-01
    This is the 22nd book in the Hannah Swenson series. It is near the end of November and Hannah, Lisa and the gang are preparing for the holiday. Hannah is stilled dealing with Ross's disappearance. Ross's assistant is suddenly poisoned and it is questionable if he was the intended target or if Hannah's husband Ross was. Hannah is invested in finding out the truth and hopefully finding Ross in the process. As the investigation goes on, Hannah disco...
  • Lorraine
    1970-01-01
    After Ross' disappearance in the previous book, Hannah is missing him and managing to carry on. It's been about three weeks, and she thinks about him all the time. One day Michelle finds Ross' car keys in her dresser drawer, and Hannah thinks this means Ross wants Michelle to drive his car while he's gone. Michelle lends the car to P.K., Ross' assistant, and P.K. drives it into a ditch after eating some poisoned candy that he found in his desk. H...
  • Paula Ratcliffe
    1970-01-01
    In this book we follow Hannah Swenson as she attempts to go through her days without her husband Ross who has taken off and Hannah wonders everyday if it was something she did. When P.K. winds up dead in Ross's car after eating tainting candy. Who killed P.K. and why? Also where is Ross is he gone for good? This book had so much weirdness to it. First of all it didn't read like a normal Hannah book I felt like the author was using names too much ...
  • Karen Miles
    1970-01-01
    Thank you to Netgalley, Joanne Fluke, and the publisher for providing me an advanced copy of the book in exchange for an honest review.To read 22 books in a series, it is apparent that this reader is addicted to the Hannah Swensen series. These books are a quick & easy read and often entertaining. Though I enjoyed the story, I did not feel that Raspberry Danish Murder had many of the items that I loved from books earlier in the season. I feel tha...
  • Brenda
    1970-01-01
    This used to be one of my favorite series, but the last couple of books were not good. This one was better than the last, but still not up to the earlier books level. I'm not sure what is going on and I'm hoping that later books will reveal something to make these books worth it. A couple of parts didn't make sense. When the candy part was first mentioned, Hannah made it sound like they had been discussing the candy and I don't remember it being ...
  • Vicki
    1970-01-01
    I have been reading Hannah Swensen books since the series began. While the series isn't anything great in the literary world, I have enjoyed it very much. However, I don't like ridiculous cliffhangers. Oh well!I would recommend this series to anyone who likes cozies but it is a series and builds on itself so you need to start at the beginning.Thanks to NetGalley and Kensington Books for the ARC in exchange for an honest opinion.
  • Marg Corjay
    1970-01-01
    I received a copy of this book in a Goodreads giveaway. I have faithfully read all books in this series. This installment focuses more on the recipes and less on the actual mysteries that are involved. Hannah's nonchalance to the disappearance of her new husband was unusual, although the bombshell at the end was unexpected. (More Moishe and Cuddles, please!)
  • Megan
    1970-01-01
    This is an entertaining addition to the Hannah Swenson series. I am anxious to read the next one to see how the bombshell at the end of this book is resolved.
  • Nate
    1970-01-01
    Review TBD
  • Mindy
    1970-01-01
    The past few Hannah Swensen novels have been a bit of a disappointment to me. Ihave loved them ever since I discovered them, about 10-12 books ago, but they were becoming so predictable that I just didn't enjoy the stories as much anymore. This one is making steps in the right direction. I really couldn't put it down and it just seems like Joanne Fluke put more effort into this one to make it feel more like the old Hannah books. It's still a quic...