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Review #1

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So many of us reviewers who gave this book one star have declared, “This is it! I refuse to read another one of these!”

And then we do. Why? It’s because we, deep down inside, are horrible people and we can’t resist a good hate-read.

And there’s SO much to hate about this series–this book in particular. I swear that, if we tried a drinking game in which we threw back a shot each time a Hannah Swensen/Lake Eden/recipe cliche occurred, we’d be dead from alcohol poisoning by the end of the second chapter.

Recipes/food item names capitalized? (GAAAAH.) Check. People consuming multiple cookies multiple times a day and suffering no ill effects? Check. (I’m an inveterate sweet tooth and baking fanatic, and even *I* think it’s too much.) Lengthy descriptions and conversations that do nothing to develop the characters or advance the plot? Check. (In any other murder mystery, we zero in on these details, because hidden in them are clues leading us to the culprit. Not in Lake Eden!) Repetitious cat antics ad infinitum nauseamque? Check.

And then there’s the total lack of logic. Out on bail? By all means, nip out to Vegas! Tired of trying to resolve that hoary old love triangle? Chuck in some minor character from umpteen books ago and invent some hunka-hunka-burnin’-love. Cast any semblance of routine police procedure to the wind.

It’s like seeing a wreck on the highway. Only the most stalwart refuses to slow down and take a good look.

And don’t get me started on the anachronisms. (OK–please do.) A woman in her 30s–a small business owner, no less–in 2015 who has to be cajoled into getting a computer and a smartphone? Please. Who wears elastic waist jeans and pastel pantsuits? Oh, come on–I’m nearly 63 and plus-sized and wouldn’t be caught dead in either.

And then there are all the annoying characters. My forlorn hope is that Delores becomes one of the murder victims. About Tracey: I know a LOT of precocious, unusually intelligent children, and she doesn’t sound like a single one of them. Ms. Fluke? Got any grandkids? Please LISTEN TO THEM once in a while and develop an ear for their speech patterns.

Chief among the annoying characters is our sleuth herself. How anyone that dour and persnickety manages to scare up three devoted swains without looking like a Playboy centerfold or having untold wealth is simply beyond me. She consistently acts and talks like a prudish, cranky 50-something who’s going through a menopause so horrible she should be seeking medical and psychiatric help.

Review #2

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Finally Ms Fluke gave her characters some depth! Not a lot, but some. I always thought these books were sort of like Nancy Drew for adults; two dimensional characters who are consistent in their behavior and personalities within a formula-like plot. A quick easy, mind numbing read. With this book, you finally see some emotion in the characters and some change in behaviors. I’m not crazy about the fact that a new guy was brought in sort of last minute to save Hannah from deciding between Mike and Norman as it seems pretty cowardly to create yourself an out that way, but at least she is finally committing to someone even if he is too good to be true and has no real persoanality or appeal of his own. Hopefully this book is a turning point in writing style and Ms Fluke will continue to allow her characters to show some human emotion so they can come to life a little. I admit I will miss Norman as a suitor and protector.

Review #3

Audiobook Double Fudge Brownie Murder by Joanne Fluke

Started reading this series because I liked the series on Hallmark mystery movies channel which is no longer on. The mysteries are good and they are very easy reads. I have read them all and am now rereading them. Thankful for a poor memory!

Review #4

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This is without a doubt the worst of the Hannah Swenson mysteries, and may be one of the worst mysteries I’ve ever read. I bought this book with the Blackberry Pie mystery which I thought was pretty bad, but it’s a masterpiece next to this book.

At the end of the last book we were waiting for Hannah’s trial for running over and killing a man.

But at the beginning of this book we are forced to endure Delores’s Las Vegas wedding to Doc for the first 7 chapters. When Doc’s best man can’t make it – the substitute best man is Ross Barton (from the Cherry Cheesecake mystery – Didn’t like him there, don’t like him here). The old college friend of Hannah’s.

After the wedding, Hannah returns home only to have her judge beaten to death while she sat outside his office on the morning her trial is supposed to begin. Her attorney just happens to pick that moment to step outside the waiting room for a call, so she doesn’t have an alibi.

Review #5

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the murder is basically a subplot as the world’s most insipid love triangle finally (maybe!) makes some progress. we have suffered through 562 books of ridiculous hannah/norman/mike only for that all to be dashed against the rocks in a frenzied literary attack. hooray!
the murder’s okay and quite a lot of new-mobile-phone-subplot (frankly, a bit weird).
better than the last few installments anyway, let’s just hope that the final promise is followed up in the next book.

non-plot related comments: why was my uk kindle edition massively delayed? and who proof read it? typos a-go-go. i will proof read your next copy for free ms. fluke!

I think Hannah should fade from view now. I have always loved reading these books, but they are getting very repeatative and boring. Impossible things happen and Hannah is getting sillier as time goes on. For a person running a successful business she is really woefully naive in life. The series has certainly gone way past it’s sell by date. Pity.

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