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Christmas Caramel Murder (A Hannah Swensen Mystery) Mass Market Paperback – September 26, 2017
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JOANNE FLUKE is the New York Times bestselling author of the Hannah Swensen mysteries, which include Double Fudge Brownie Murder, Blackberry Pie Murder, Cinnamon Roll Murder, and the book that started it all, Chocolate Chip Cookie Murder. That first installment in the series premiered as Murder, She Baked: A Chocolate Chip Cookie Mystery on the Hallmark Movies & Mysteries Channel. Like Hannah Swensen, Joanne Fluke was born and raised in a small town in rural Minnesota, but now lives in Southern California. Please visit her online at www.JoanneFluke.com.
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Once Hannah figured out what was going all she had to do was phone Mike (or the police), but did she? No she rushed right in to the detriment of a character. Perhaps the police should either read her the riot act of charge her with obstruction of justice. This is just one of the ways the story doesn't ring true.
Hope the next book the author can change the MO slightly or make the characters more believable.
The story isn't bad but felt rushed and filled with unnecessary items. I hate when authors have characters repeat actions they are told to do and we then get a description of the same, i.e., sit down and take off your coat and boots. Then we get a description of "Hannah takes her coat off and sits down and takes off her boots." So redundant. Good editing would catch this.
I also didn't like how the author had Ross in the book's first one or two pages in the beginning and then right at the end. Won't give any more details so I don't ruin the story for you. Wasn't cleaver, more like just fitting this story into the current series' timeline (was it previously written and not released?)
I know a new novel is coming out early next year and couldn't help feeling like this was something the author needed to quickly get to the editor for release or again was it written to fit into a hardcover book with another author's story as well.