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I always like these books, but it is embarrassing to have the author explain what the blinking light on an answering machine means. And the amount of coffee they drink must make them run in the bathroom every ten minutes! AND the volume of baked goods consumed is incredible—how can people eat three muffins for breakfast and then two cookie bars mid morning and then huge dinners and more dessert. Even the characters are amazed at how much they eat! Michelle and Hannah marvel that they are still hungry…
It’s a cute and charming series and I will still read it, but Hannah seems like a person from an earlier generation when she does things like look up a store in the phone book or call the Better Business Bureau—I’m thinking the author is even less techie than her main character. And the descriptions people hanging up their coats or doctoring their coffee are just tedious. Please finish up the interesting plot about Ross and skip the minutiae.
Raspberry Danish Murder series Hannah Swensen
I’ve read all the books in this series, and this one was by far, the worst. Page after page of descriptions ad nauseam of everything the characters ate. And that’s all they do—eat and drink coffee. The real fiction here is that every character in the book isn’t diabetic and obese. The solution to the murder is strained to say the least. The capture was utterly ridiculous. Why the killer was even in the town was totally inexplicable. Nothing in this book was interesting, nothing was realistic, nothing was worth reading. More and more pages filled with recipes, fewer and fewer with plot. Excruciatingly boring details of Hannah’s every shower, her every meal, and her cat’s every meal. Her mother gets more preposterous in every volume. Save your money.
Audiobook Raspberry Danish Murder by Joanne Fluke
I had so hoped that once Hannah made a decision on which guy was right for her we would leave all the other nonsense behind. Sadly, not only does Hannah Swensen live in a time warp (unless the books are intentionally set in the 1950’s but the electronics would suggest otherwise) then she is just sad, weak and pathetic.Her reaction to her husband just taking off without a note IS NOT NORMAL! The way she babies her sister IS NOT NORMAL! The way she tries to be independent in one paragraph and clearly wanting to be a stupid and naive doting wife in the next is just gross. The way her mother reacts to her having dinner with a friend is absurd. The murder plot was not even really a second plot line to the story but a third plot line at most. This is likely my last Hannah Swensen book. The ridiculousness of these “women” is beyond the pale.
Audio Raspberry Danish Murder narrated by Suzanne Toren
This book is not a novel. It’s a short story consumed with dialogue to support recipe insertions every few pages.
It’s also contains filler paragraphs that serve no purpose other than to add pages. Why oh why do we need to read that Hannah has five voice messages, and then descriptions of five marketing junk messages. Pure fill.
The Ross story gets more ridiculous as it goes along. I enjoy these characters but it’s time to end this series with some dignity.
I continue to purchase these books, after the price drops substantially, because after reading I pass them on to my sister, otherwise I’d pass.
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The author, Joanne Fluke has written more than 40 books with most of them being the “Hannah Swensen Mystery” series. Raspberry Danish Murder is the 22nd book not including holiday versions. This book has 385 delicious pages.
Raspberry Danish Murder (A Hannah Swensen Mystery) is about the death of P. K., Ross’ assistant. Hannah and her sister Michelle are on the phone with P. K. and see him wreck Ross’ car. They noticed that he seemed sleepy and was trying to tell them something, but they couldn’t understand him. Ross is also missing, and they don’t know where he is or if he was the intended victim. When the murder of P.K. has been solved Mike and Norman tell Hannah they have found Ross, but the news is devastating.
I love the books in this series. The author describes the people and the places so well it is like the reader is right there with them. The descriptions of Hannah as she tries to understand why Ross left in such a hurry and questioning herself, what if she had done this or that, is so sad.
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