Like the rest who read this, I was disappointed that the story was so short and that half the book consisted of recipes. I suppose that was to be expected, since the last novel featured Hannah gathering the recipes from her neighbors in Lake Eden, and this novel featured the making and sharing of the ones she collected. The mystery was decent, but not long enough. The death was of someone we didn't know and didn't care about. Hannah is still waffling between Mike and Norman, which gets ridiculously frustrating. I hope at some point she chooses (I'm rooting for Norman) because she can't keep them both on the hook forever. There was just enough here to get me excited about the next installment- I love Hannah's town, and her business, and even the antics of her cat, Moishe. I just wish that the cover indicated that a good portion of the book wasn't story.
There are numerous recipes in this book!
I'm currently reading this series and really enjoying it, but haven't reached this particular book yet. You really have to read the series from the first book to find out the background story. The first book is "Chocolate Chip Cookie Murder".
Just couldn't get in to it, maybe I'll try at another time but I had other books that I knew would be good that I couldn't wait to get too...then again probably not. Has anyone else read this series and liked it?
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