April is a busy time for Hannah Swensen and her bakery;the warm weather makes folks in Lake Eden, Minnesota, go wild for something sweet. When Hannah hears that the Cinnamon Roll Six jazz band will be playing at the town's Weekend Jazz Festival, she's more than happy to bake up a generous supply of their namesake confections to welcome the band to town.
Before the festival even begins, tragedy strikes when the tour bus overturns. Among those injured is Buddy Neiman, the band's beloved keyboard player. Buddy's injuries appear minor, until his condition suddenly takes a turn for the worse--as in dead. Hannah's no doctor, but she suspects that the surgical scissors someone plunged into Buddy's chest may have something to do with it. Hannah isn't sure just how she'll unravel the mystery, but one thing's for sure: nothing's sweeter than bringing a killer to justice. . .
Features over Ten Cookie and Dessert Recipes from The Cookie Jar, including Peaches and Cream Cookies and Chocolate Caramel Bars!
"Fans of this wildly popular series will not be disappointed. Fluke has kept this series strong for a long time, and there is still plenty to enjoy for foodie crime fans." --Booklist
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CINNAMON ROLL MURDER is a wonderful blend of quirky new characters and familiar old ones.Read Full Review of Cinnamon Roll Murder
This addition to the long-running series is thoroughly entertaining, with the bonus of delicious recipes sprinkled throughout.Read Full Review of Cinnamon Roll Murder
Cinnamon Roll Murder, the latest Hannah Swensen mystery, is like the last cookie in the batch – just as yummy as the first.Read Full Review of Cinnamon Roll Murder
Cinnamon Roll Murder is a well-crafted mystery; designed to simultaneously tease your brain and taste buds. Indulge.Read Full Review of Cinnamon Roll Murder
But, the writing felt simplistic and even a bit condescending to me...Read Full Review of Cinnamon Roll Murder
The mystery is much more tightly plotted with lots of red herrings to throw the reader off the track of the real killer...Read Full Review of Cinnamon Roll Murder
Those who like cozy mysteries and food-related mysteries will find that Fluke’s series is one of the best of this genre.Read Full Review of Cinnamon Roll Murder
There didn’t seem to be very much mystery in it, and what mystery there was I thought was very weak.Read Full Review of Cinnamon Roll Murder
Nothing is sweeter than solving a mystery, eating some baked goods and following this small town sleuth on her next case!Read Full Review of Cinnamon Roll Murder
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