Cherry Cheesecake Murder (Hannah Swensen #8)

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Hannah is at it again. When her little sister comes home with a movie crew in tow, Hannah is thrown into the thick of things. As she was hired by the movie’s producer to make the Director, Dean, a cheesecake every morning, she gets to be on set a lot. During one rehearsal, when Dean was demonstrating the suicide scene the prop gun was switched out for a real gun while no one notices. Now Hannah has to sift through clues and discover who the killer is before the movie crew leaves town and their chance of finding the killer leaves with them.

I liked this book, it’s not the best in the series but we get to meet Ross Barton for the first time in this book. We also get to find out more about Hannah’s past than we did before. After dealing with Mike’s and Norman’s marriage proposals, Hannah gets handed a 3rd man. I love the chemistry the Fluke gives to Hannah and Ross, as well as the history. Out of the 3 of them, he seems to be the best fit. This book plays on a lot of aspects of Hannah’s life, not only her solving murders like in the other books. I feel like Fluke finally sunk her teeth into a man that Hannah can actually have a relationship with as they are so in tuned with each other. I can’t wait to find out what happens next.


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Key Lime Pie Murder (Hannah Swensen #9)

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