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  1. says:

    The cozy continues I can t get enough of these type of books They transport me out of regular life and drop me in the reality I sometimes want to be my own But I can also escape it when I need toA cop and a dentist after me Perhaps not my ideal but it is for Hannah I enjoy her escapades and look forward to what comes next About Me For those new to me or my reviews here s the scoop I read A LOT I write A LOT And now I blog A LOT First the book review goes on Goodreads, and then I send it on over to my WordPress blog at where you ll also find TV Film reviews, the revealing and introspective 365 Daily Challenge and lots of blogging about places I ve visited all over the world And you can find all my social media profiles to get the details on the who what when where and my pictures Leave a comment and let me know what you think Vote in the poll and ratings Thanks for stopping by Note All written content is my original creation and copyrighted to me, but the graphics and images were linked from other sites and belong to them Many thanks to their original creators.


  2. says:

    4 1 2 stars So I knew who the killer was pretty early on, but that s ok because the book was still fantastic Things are really starting to heat up in Lake Eden, MN and I ve noticed that the author is getting into a comfortable groove with both her characters and general storyline too I don t know about you, but I love it when authors settle in, so to speak, because readers get to settle in as well It definitely makes it easier to keep going with a series when this happens.Anyhoo, this is book 4 in the Hannah Swensen series, and this time in Lake Eden, MN Hannah finds herself at a crossroads between two love interests the cutey patootie detective hunk Mike, and the nerdy but also cute dentist Norman Norman has recently bought a home and land, with the intention of building the house of his and Hannah s dreams Even though they had mapped out a blue print for their idea of a perfect home, Norman still took Hannah by surprise when he purchased the home and land because they had not formally discussed their romantic plans for the future Inside the home is where the murder mystery begins, but this time it s Hannah s mother Delores who stumbles upon the body As is par for the course with this series, Hannah is determined to solve the case and track down the murderer, and in doing so she finds herself in a dangerous place and has to use her wits if she wants to stay alive.The reason I didn t give this 5 full stars is because I was hoping for a bit of a resolution as far as Hannah s romantic life goes That s perfectly fine though it ll just keep me excited to continue reading the series I know I ve said this before, but I hope she picks Mike They have the most amazing chemistry together and truth be told Norman is a little bit boring imo On to book 5


  3. says:

    Hannah is back with the 4th of July right around the corner Her cat is up to no good, she s forced herself onto a diet, Norman has bought a house, but hasn t proposed, and does she even want him to There are lots of cookies to frost for a wedding, and pies to bake, and of course, anywhere Hannah goes, murder follows When someone turns up dead in Norman s new house, Hannah decides to investigate especially since one of her pies was left out on the counter Armed with her steno pad in hand, and fighting a muggy Minnesota summer, she and pregnant sister Andrea hunt down clues and gossip about the victim s last known contacts I love the Hannah Swenson books Every time I open one I know I m going to get the same characters, Moisha the cat, fun recipes, Hannah s mother interfering, and an interesting murder to solve, all in a nice relaxing read without things getting too gruesome or violent This one was great with little mini mysteries to uncover alongside the main course And now on to the next fudge cupcake, I believe, yum Please excuse typos name misspellings Entered on screen reader.


  4. says:

    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 Hannah Swensen, owner of a cookie shop, is surprised to hear that one of her boyfriends, dentist Norman Rhodes, has purchased a house lock, stock, and barrel from Rhonda Scarf He plans to tear down the house and build a dream home Before the house is demolished Hannah and her mom, an antique shop owner, go out to look for treasures In addition to a few valuable antiques they find the dead body of Rhonda Scarf Hannah s other boyfriend, detective Mike Kingston tells her to keep her nose out of the investigation but Hannah can t resist and dives right in This is a real cozy mystery in the sense that the police detectives seem to do nothing at all As Hannah runs around questioning people and making phone calls and taking photos of the crime scene, etc it seems like she s the first one on the scene every time.Soon after the murder, money from an old bank robbery starts circulating through town which provides clues to the crime The book is chock full of fun characters Hannah s sisters, mom, and friends It s a fun light mystery that includes recipes for lemon meringue pie and a variety of what sound like delicious goodies.Recipes in the book include Lemon Meringue Pie Almond Kisses Cinnamon Crisps Praline Charlottes Cottage Cheese Pancakes Pineapple Right Side Up Cookie Bars You can follow my reviews at


  5. says:

    Thunder sounded again, low and rumbling like the growl of some predatory beast The Forth of July is approaching and, as always, Hannah takes part in the celebration with a big dose of cookies Unfortunately, her pants have started to feel a little tight recently, so she has decided to bake and watch other people eating her food while she enjoys her salad and grilled chicken Seriously, what can be worse than being on a diet when you bake cookies for living Well, her mother uncovering a dead body while looking for antiques in an old house may be oneOh, Hannah At least this time your mom is not complaining about your murder hobby you will be able to freely investigate on anything that doesn t concern you, judge everyone s grammar, give unsolicited advice and since you have no excuse not to bake, being stuck with doing your job only to use cookies as a bargain to extort information instead of selling them in your long forgotten shop Really, the biggest mystery in this series is how is this woman even able to pay her bills.Will Hannah and her Babbling Bumbling Band of Baboons be able to frame the killer this time And how many other innocents bodies will they find on her way to the grand finale We only have one way to find out grab a hot beverage and a bunch of cookies aand let s play murder


  6. says:

    Ok I gave this 4 stars because I knew who the killer was halfway through Otherwise it was a great Hannah Swensen book I just hope Hannah picks a man soon because I m getting exhausted trying to pick for her


  7. says:

    This series is really growing on me I like how the characters are evolving I am adjusting to the fact that the reader always knows who the bad guy is before the main character This is just pure escapist reading no literary quality whatsoever.


  8. says:

    This is a really quick read The plot is o.k It is pretty easy to guess who the murderer is I have a problem with the 2 boyfriends of the heroine Hannah They are friends What s up with that Neither guy is jealous of the other Not normal And another thing One of her boyfriends is a dentist living at home with his mother Not a manly man in my book And he violates HIPAA You can t go around telling people who you treat and what you are treating them for at a party And I am pretty sure there is such thing as blue jello It is called Berry Blue At lest she got the Kraft part right Coffee Hannah drinks too much coffee If the author really wants to impress me, Hannah bettter be dealing with anxiety, an irregular heartbeat fibrocystic breast lumps in her next book Diabetes too from all the cookies pies that everybody seems to be scarfing down Every couple of chapters has a cookie or pie recipe with it They look pretty good, so I might have to try a few before returning this book to the library I picked it up because it was in the wrong place at the library I took that as an omen that it was so good, someone was hiding it Someone was hiding it all right, hiding it so no one else would have to suffer through it.


  9. says:

    Series Hannah Swensen series 4 Genre Cozy MysteryThis series is my guilty pleasure Whenever I am in a book slump and get tired of reading the same old books over and over again I know I can count on a good Hannah Swensen mystery to lighten up my reading experience This book did just that Hanna Swensen, amateur sleuth and bakery owner, always finds herself in the middle of a murder investigation whether she wants to or not In many cases, one of her delicious desserts will be present at the scene, but this doesn t make her the guilty party, it s just that she is a popular baker and everyone loves her delicious treats recipes are included in the story So when she spots her Lemon Meringue Pie at Norman s new house Rhonda s aunts home that she sold and her mother finds a body in that very basement, things get messy and Hanna is thrown into yet another murder case in Lake Eden This series, while it has a lot of books, doesn t get old for me In each book you witness character growth and some fantastic connections between the characters I love how close knit the town of Lake Eden is, and how everyone knows everything about what s happening Now, while I wish Hannah would make up her mind on who to settle down with Norman the dentist, or Mike the cop I have a feeling that she may figure it out soon Fans of cozy mysteries or those who are new to the genre should definitely pick up a Hannah Swensen novel Like I said before, this series is my guilty pleasure, and I love going sleuthing with the characters Do would I recommend it Highly But make sure to read the series in order


  10. says:

    I m getting bored of Hannah s problem solving already I mean, it s been the same pattern in the four books of this series Hannah someone close to her finds a body, the dead body has been doing something with one of Hannah s amazing confections, everyone wants her to solve the murder and she wants it too, but Mike has to be satisfied first because he gets grouchy and well he should what is HE doing when Hannah solves the murders, I d dearly like to know , and then she brings out her steno pad and painstakingly takes all these notes, goes everywhere with the free samples that Lisa baked, has Andrea do all the interviewing, and then manages to accidentally solve the thing when the killer decides to kill her off because she s getting so close Why does Hannah come across as a 60 something fuddy duddy She s only 30 It s hard to believe that a person like her would refuse to do anything with technology, and that she d be such a prude It s only just the beginning of her Mike Norman dilemma, and I m bored of that too I know I can just give up on the series, but it isn t offensively bad The recipes look good, and even though I m not about to bake them, I can still salivate reading about them Maybe 18 is when she ll finally grow up Here s to hoping 2 stars.


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Lemon Meringue Pie Murder summary pdf Lemon Meringue Pie Murder, summary chapter 2 Lemon Meringue Pie Murder, sparknotes Lemon Meringue Pie Murder, Lemon Meringue Pie Murder 1d452cb Hannah Swensen Thought She D Finally Discovered The Recipe For A Perfect Life But Her Sometime Beau Norman Rhodes Tosses A Surprise Ingredient Into The Mix When He Phones To Tell Her He S Just Bought A House From Local Drugstore Clerk Rhonda Scharf Which He Plans To Tear Down In Order To Build The Dream Home He And Hannah Designed It Seems The Plan Has Been Cooking For Quite Some Time, And Hannah Is Shocked Especially Since Her Ring Finger Is Still Very Much Bare The Good News Is That The Soon To Be Torn Down House Is Full Of Antiques And Norman Has Given Hannah And Her Mother First Dibs They Uncover Some Gorgeous Old Furniture, A Patchwork Quilt And Rhonda Scharf S Dead Body A Little Sleuthing Turns Up The Half Eaten Remains Of A Very Special Dinner For Two And One Of The Cookie Jar S Famous Lemon Meringue Pies Now It S Up To Hannah To Turn Up The Heat And Get Busy Tracking Down The Clues Starting In Her Very Own Kitchen

  • Paperback
  • 352 pages
  • Lemon Meringue Pie Murder
  • Joanne Fluke
  • English
  • 27 January 2017
  • 9780758215048