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ISBN:
0758215045
Author:
Joanne Fluke
Category:
Mystery
Language:
English
Publisher:
Kensington; Reprint edition (February 1, 2004)
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Lemon Meringue Pie Murder. has been added to your Cart. Like Hannah Swensen, Joanne Fluke was born and raised in a small town in rural Minnesota, but now lives in Southern California.

Books in A Hannah Swensen Mystery (22 Book Series). Murder mysteries are my "guilty pleasures

Books in A Hannah Swensen Mystery (22 Book Series). Page 1 of 1Start OverPage 1 of 1. Previous page. Murder mysteries are my "guilty pleasures. Most of the books I read are expository rather than narrative prose, but I find the characters of some serial mysteries enjoyable companions for a day. The Lemon Merengue Pie Mystery is one of those. Joanne Fluke's small town of Lake Eden, Minnesota is a delight, especially for anyone born and raised in Minnesota-those jello jokes strike right at home. The freaky weather, plugging in your car during below zero weather are all familiar.

Joanne Fischmann (née Gibson, born c. 1943 in Swanville, Minnesota) is an American writer, using the pen name Joanne Fluke. She is best known for her cozy mystery series surrounding a small-town baker, Hannah Swensen

Joanne Fischmann (née Gibson, born c. She is best known for her cozy mystery series surrounding a small-town baker, Hannah Swensen. Five movies for the Hallmark Channel have been created based on her Hannah Swensen series. Fluke has written under the pseudonyms John Fischer, . Fischer, Jo Gibson, Chris Hunter, Gina Jackson and Kathryn Kirkwood.

Lemon Meringue Pie Murder book. In this 4th book in the 'Hannah Swensen Mysteries' the baker/amateur sleuth is looking for antiques with her mother when they come across a dead body

Lemon Meringue Pie Murder book. In this 4th book in the 'Hannah Swensen Mysteries' the baker/amateur sleuth is looking for antiques with her mother when they come across a dead body. The book can be read as a standalone.

Lemon Meringue Pie Murder is the fourth book in the Hannah Swensen Mystery series. It was released in 2003. Boi thought she'd finally discovered the recipe for a perfect life.

Norman looked concerned as he opened the screen door of the cottage for her. It looks really nasty. I’ll be fine, Hannah said, glancing up at the lightning that was zigzagging across the sky. Mike got up from his place at the table and joined them. You’re not going to be able to outrun that storm, Hannah. It’ll hit before you get home.

A time of celebration ends in tragedy in Lemon Meringue Pie Murder, the fourth Hannah Swensen mystery from acclaimed writer Joanne Fluke

A time of celebration ends in tragedy in Lemon Meringue Pie Murder, the fourth Hannah Swensen mystery from acclaimed writer Joanne Fluke. Packed full of delicious recipes and perfect for fans of M. C. Beaton and Leslie Meier. a delightful mystery' - Times Record News. But before the family reunion can begin, disaster strikes when Hannah discovers the body of a local resident in a neighbour's basement. The only clue is one.

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Hannah Swensen, owner of The Cookie Jar and Lake Eden, Minnesota's own amateur sleuth extraordinaire, returns in "Lemon Meringue Pie Murder" to track down the killer of a neighbor with a sweet tooth.It's summer in Lake Eden and Hannah's younger sister Michelle is coming home for a visit. But before the family reunion can get under way, Hannah discovers the body of a local resident in the woman's basement. The only clue is one of Hannah's luscious lemon meringue pies on the kitchen counter with only one slice missing...even though from the looks of the victim's kitchen, she was planning an intimate dinner for two.Includes nine original cookie and dessert recipes for you to try!
  • Kulalbine
The fourth and truly mouthwateringly delightful book in any baker's dream series hasn't disappointed. If anything it's my favorite so far, so cute in fact that I'm all ready breezing through the next novel; I wasn't ready to let go of Hannah just yet so I had to come back for another bite of crime and cookies. In this series it's best to read in order because key characters are quickly killed off in each book and not starting at the very beginning will ruin some surprises.

Hannah Swensen is quite an interesting character, while innocent and sweet she ends up with a nose for crime solving since she is always stumbling across dead bodies. Unable to choose between two men who are giving her mixed signals she happily works away at Lake Eden's coziest place, The Cookie Jar Bakery. Busy with her expanding career and trying her best to fend off her mother Delores and her constant knack for butting in, Hannah discovers another dead body, somehow her luscious Lemon Meringue Pie ends up in the house of the deceased and with a table set for two, only one slice eaten raises suspicions on Hannah's part. The problem is that Norman, one of her suitors has purchased the home in which the body has been found, and he can't take it down to build another one until the police straighten up the matter. Hannah of course gets involved, creates some new cookie recipes that the author graciously shares and gets into all sorts of trouble on her way to the truth.

So far this was one of the more intricate murder mysteries I have read in a cozy mystery type of a book, these are cute novels with charm oozing out, not hard crime thrillers, but there is something delicious and satisfying about them, especially with all the coffee drinking and baking going on, not to mention the hilarious daily escapades of a woman and her cat and everyone else who finds the need to try and involve themselves in her life. It's not a graphic or loud series; it has a slightly old fashioned charm, but just a teeny bit to make it really appealing, if anything it makes the book more honest and down to earth.

I can't wait to bake some of the cookies in this book, the Pecan and the Banana cookies will get tested in my kitchen soon, it's really hard to read about them and not try some. One thing that gets to me is the amount of coffee Hannah drinks; I think only a fictional character can down that much joe and not turn into a cactus.

- Kasia S.
  • Contancia
I've read so far 4 books from this series. I've read Diane Mott Davidson's Goldie Lock Series. After the 13th book I felt her story lines were getting too repetitive so I thought I should try a different series. A friend of mine gave me the first book of Hannah Swensen series to try. The first book felt rather shallow. But it had some humorous side and her love triangle was building up so I tried 3 more books.

If you have read her first book, you have read them all. Well, at least through book 4. Every book (so far) has the same story line. The police in Lake Eden, Mn is not smart enough so they always have to get help from Hannah Swensen. She juggles her business (by heavily relying on her former employee and current business partner, Lisa) and her love triangle with Mike and Norman. But those guys are so nice and friendly to each other, you'd wonder if they will ditch Hannah and form a relationship with each other in the next book. Of course about half way through the book you, the reader, would know who the killer is but Miss Swensen doesn't know that. Because she always blurts out the key evidence/the proof at the killer, she always gets in trouble at the end.

This series has nothing unexpected or surprise that I think a good mystery should have. I think I've read enough of Hannah Swensen Mystery.
  • Unereel
Murder mysteries are my "guilty pleasures." Most of the books I read are expository rather than narrative prose, but I find the characters of some serial mysteries enjoyable companions for a day. The Lemon Merengue Pie Mystery is one of those.

Joanne Fluke's small town of Lake Eden, Minnesota is a delight, especially for anyone born and raised in Minnesota--those jello jokes strike right at home. The freaky weather, plugging in your car during below zero weather are all familiar.

The central characters--and these seem to grow in number as one gets to know other residents of the town--are delightfully companionable, and the efforts of the town to promote its own survival are endearing. I attend all the picnics, ice fishing contents, cook-offs, etc. in Lake Eden I can!!

With this tale, the merry crew of Hannah Swenson, her sister, and her mother solve the murder of a woman whose dead body was discovered--this time--by Mom, Delores. Each clue leads the reader along a variety of paths until the ultimate reveal at the end.

As before the plot is "thickened" with a healthy sprinkling of fine recipes for the reader to try, introduced by the main character, talking directly to the reader. I find this facet of the author's style engaging, since it incorporates me into the "cast" of characters.

A pleasure.
  • Monin
This is my fourth Hannah Swenson novel & yes, I am reading them in order. In this one, I figured out who the killer was before she did although the details didn't become completely clear until the end. This isn't rocket science but I love that with each book we get to know more of the characters of the town and Hannah's "family" grows. I also like that the author has the characters actually living life (ie. getting married, getting promotions, etc.). I also like that she isn't afraid to kill off regular people and have regular people with regular motives be the killer. It isn't rocket science but I always walk away feeling the warm, fuzzy, small town feeling. I have spent several wonderful hours with really good friends. The only exception is I feel that Hannah's romantic life doesn't have a direction. I feel like that is the only place the story is stuck. Maybe that changes as I more toward book 18. If it does or doesn't, PLEASE don't spoil it for me.