Chocolate Chip Cookie Murder

By Joanne Fluke

I found this book while browsing the ‘Cheap Reads’ section of the Kobo e-book store and decided to give it a try.  It turns out that it’s the first in a series of books.

This was a really fun, quick read about Hannah Swenson who owns a cookie store called The Cookie Jar and investigates a murder in small-town Lake Eden. It is full of recipes for the yummy cookies that are mentioned throughout the book.

There’s just something I love about reading stories set in small towns.  They’re always full of such interesting characters and this book was no exception.  The other thing I really liked about this book was the main character, Hannah.  She’s smart, sarcastic and a cat lover.

If you’re looking for a fun, light-hearted book about cookies and murder, I really recommend this one – but be warned that you may find yourself with a tremendous craving for cookies!

2 Responses to Chocolate Chip Cookie Murder

  1. Lil' Ping Wing says:

    I loved this one!! I know I tried to read it before and gave up (for some reason that I can’t fathom anymore), but I super duper loved reading the whole thing!

    I like Hannah and her kitty quite a bit. I kind’ve picture her being like Felicia Day (The Guild, Dr. Horrible) and I’m loving the sisters-solving-crimes-together that seems to go on in these books.

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