Christmas Caramel Murder

Christmas Caramel Murder

Christmas normally descends on Lake Eden, Minnesota, as gently as reindeer alighting on a rooftop—but this yuletide season the only thing coming down Hannah Swensen’s chimney is a case of murder . . .  The holidays have arrived, and Hannah and her good pal Lisa have agreed to provide all the goodies for the town’s annual production of A Christmas Carol. But before anyone c...

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Title:Christmas Caramel Murder
Author:Joanne Fluke
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ISBN:161773229X
Edition Language:English
Format Type:ebook
Number of Pages:204 pages

Christmas Caramel Murder Reviews

  • Christine
    Oct 21, 2016
    This is the latest in the Hannah Swenson series. This is a flasback story. Hannah reminisces about the previous Christmas where she of course stumbled over a dead body. The body is that of Phyllis Bates, who was playing Mrs Claus with Lisa s husband Herb as Santa. It is also no secret that Phyllis w...
  • Susan Johnson
    Aug 07, 2016
    There is one thing about cozy mysteries. You have to suspend your believability.. How many times in a small Minnesota town can a cookie store owner find dead bodies? This goes for knitters, librarians, interior decorators and real estate agents too. You have to just go with the flow. I also find it ...
  • Alaine
    Dec 14, 2016
    I've read all the Hannah Swensen mysteries. This one left more than a little to be desired. The dialogue was written as if the author was trying to achieve a predetermined word count. There was an exchange between Hannah and Lisa while hanging decorations. Hannah said "I'll stretch up" Lisa replies ...
  • Nancy Narma
    Sep 27, 2016
    “The Perfect Cozy Mystery to Find in Your Stocking”As Hannah regaled to (now Husband) Ross, it all began with a caramel-colored tale. Christmas was just around the corner in Lake Eden. What could be more traditional than the talented Lake Eden Players in a production of “A Christmas C...
  • Randee
    Dec 05, 2016
    I have faithfully read Joanne Fluke's 'Hannah Swenson' series since the first book. I used to even buy each one, but 3-4 books ago, I stopped and began borrowing them from the library. The last book was so 'out of steam' that I thought I might stop reading this series altogether. Old habits die hard...
  • Fran
    Nov 02, 2016
    In good news, the book is very small! The bad news is that it is still full of patronizing morons. Hmm I think so-and-so is probably a murderer, I think I will go take them some food. Alone. Because I'm not stupid or anything.What the heck was the point of pissing people off and having her marry Ros...
  • Lena Harper
    Nov 04, 2016
    If you take out the recipes, the hokey conversations about how well they know each other, the declarations of love from Mike and Norman (which are super weird considering that this whole book is a story that Hannah is telling her husband Ross [who coincidentally is a virtual stranger]), and the anal...
  • Glen
    Nov 06, 2016
    This latest entry in the Hannah Swenson series lacks a little something. I read that Joanne Fluke was really too busy in Hollywood to really give this book her full attention, and I believe it.Taking place a year before the previous book in the series, Hannah tells Ross (whom I was hoping would be t...
  • Mark Baker
    Dec 14, 2016
    It’s Christmas time again in Lake Eden, but trouble is brewing for Lisa, Hannah’s partner at The Cookie Jar. Her husband, Herb, is working late every night, and his new assistant is Phyllis, his high school girlfriend. Then Phyllis is cast as Mrs. Claus opposite Herb in the community play....
  • Marissa
    Dec 31, 2016
    I have read all the books in this series, but now I'm finding them to be stale and annoying. I keep hoping they will get better but they don't. I know these are cozy but they are starting to feel more corny than anything. Everyone who causes Hannah turmoil or does her wrong, dies immediately. If we ...