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Book Review: Double Fudge Brownie Murder

brownieDouble Fudge Brownie Murder
by Joanne Fluke
My rating for this book: 4 stars out of 5

This is book number 19 from the Hannah Swensen series created by Joanne Fluke. This has to be one of my favourite books from the series I’ve read so far because of the plot twist with Hannah’s love life. I like how this book is sorta realistic with a small town girl that owns the bakery with her complicated love life and on top of that finding a dead body in every book. A thing that makes this book unique would have to be the real recipes you’ll find throughout the book at the end of some chapters. I have tried several of the recipes from this book and previous ones from the series and they turn out so well and so delicious.

The main character of this book is Hannah Swensen. She is in her early 30’s and lives in Lake Eden, Minnesota. She owns her own bakery called “The Cookie Jar.” She is dating a cop named Mike, who is very handsome and can get any woman he wants, he is a major flirt with all the ladies but is in love with Hannah. But on the other side she also dates Norman, the towns one of two dentists. He is sweet and caring, he actually built the dream house him and Hannah created for a contest. These two men both love Hannah and have both proposed to her and she has been trying to figure out who she wants to spend everyday with for the rest of her life. But in this book, her college crush named Ross comes back and him and Hannah fall head over heels in love and just adds more problems with her love life all together.

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1 Response

  1. Indiana Jones says:

    Too many spoilers in your review. I learned that the hard way with my Hunger Games series review.

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