‘Tis the season for trimming the tree, caroling, baking cookies, and curling up by the Yuletide waiting for Santa to drop down the chimney. But in this festive collection of holiday whodunits, murder is also paying a visit…
“Candy Cane Murder” By Joanne Fluke
When a trail of candy canes leads to a corpse outfitted in a Santa suit on a snowy bank, Hannah Swensen sets out to discover who killed Kris Kringle…
“The Dangers Of Candy Canes” By Laura Levine
A wealthy suburbanite takes a lethal tumble off his roof while installing a giant candy cane. Now it’s up to Jaine Austen to sift through a long list of scheming neighbors with dirty secrets in their stockings to expose a murderer…
“Candy Canes Of Christmas Past” By Leslie Meier
Lucy Stone must learn the mystery of a glass candy cane that was found smashed to bits by a corpse’s body to unlock the doors of Christmas past—and find a killer who got away with murder.
Whether a gift for yourself or that special someone on your list, there’s no better way to spend the holidays than with these tantalizing mysteries of murder…
Includes over 10 luscious holiday recipes!
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Candy Cane Murder!
“Like a box of holiday chocolates, this recipe-studded assortment gives all readers a crack at their favorites.”
“Entertaining…a sweet holiday treat for mystery lovers.”
“Delicious…will have your mouth watering.”
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Candy Canes are Great & So Is This Book
(Monday, December 29, 2008)
Reviewer: Crystal Carpenter
This is a wonderful book. Hannah Swensen is a great character, and Joanne Fluke couldn't have done a better job of portraying that to the readers. If someone has never read a book in the Hannah Swensen series, and they pick up this book, they will be immediately hooked. I know I was. The way that Fluke makes Hannah a crime solver is just great. It couldn't be better. I'd say more, but I don't want to give the book away to those who have not read it yet!!!!