Key Lime Pie Murder

Key Lime Pie Murder

The yummy [ninth] smalltown cozy from Fluke (after 2006's Cherry Cheesecake Murder) finds sometime sleuth Hannah Swensen, owner of the Cookie Jar in Lake Eden, Minn., judging the baking contest at the Tri-County Fair.

When one of her fellow judges, home economics teacher Willa Sunquist, is murdered, Hannah determines to sniff out the killer. Was it a man from Willa's mysterious past? Or a student she flunked?

Fluke has developed a charming supporting cast — Hannah's besotted (and slightly spineless) two suitors, her overbearing but likable mother, her endearing sisters and her levelheaded business partner all feel like friends by the time the murder is solved.

The dozens of tempting recipes Fluke includes are an added treat.

This text refers to the Hardcover edition.

Title:Key Lime Pie Murder
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9780758210180
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    Key Lime Pie Murder Reviews

  • James

    3 stars to Joanne Fluke's Key Lime Pie Murder. The 9th book in the Hannah Swensen series delivers good cozy fun and is a simple, quick and easy read for fans. But I'm getting a bit concerned with the ...

  • Michalyn

    Boring book, boring town, great recipes.That for me sums up Key Lime Pie Murder. I usually love books centered around food because they tend to be charming and incorporate a dash of sensuality. This w...

  • Tiffiny

    I loathed this book. The series started off so cute for me. I was thrilled to find a series with no bad language, no sex --nothing objectionable so that I would feel embarrassed if my oldest child pic...

  • Wendi Lee

    I'm still enjoying this series (it keeps my reading balanced when I'm also halfway through a horror novel or psychological thriller), but I have to wonder about the murder per capita in such a small t...

  • Sarah

    I did finish the book. Barely. Things I didn't like:* The recipes have cheesy notes in them, like (if you can't get key limes, use regular lime juice). The notes are bold italics, so they look more im...

  • May

    Joanne Fluke should just do cookbooks.Seriously, her recipes are great, at least all the ones I've tried. But the characters and stories in this series? They're stale. They need to actually DO somethi...

  • Kasia

    Lipsmackingly delicious slice of mystery pieThe ninth in the series is exactly what one would expect, yummy and dependable to deliver that specific Hannah charm and the sweet aromas of the Cookie Jar ...

  • Jennifer

    If I were a fictional character planning on murdering someone in Lake Eden, Minnesota, I would first ensure that Hannah Swensen, baker-sleuth-extraordinaire, was indefinitely incapacitated, because it...

  • Chandra

    Goodness, this was a slog.Now, apparently this is a series, and I haven't read any of the books before it, so it's possible there's some subtext I'm not getting which would have made it more interesti...

  • Tiffunee

    The small-town cozy from Fluke. When one of her fellow judges, home economics teacher Willa Sunquist, is murdered, Hannah determines to sniff out the killer. Was it a man from Willa's mysterious past?...