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Apple Turnover Murder The Luscious Los Angeles Times And USA Today Bestseller Early Summer Brings Plenty Of Work For Baker Hannah Swensen, Even Before Mayor Bascomb S Wife Drops By The Cookie Jar To Place An Order For Her Charity Event.for Eleven Hundred Cookies And Hannah Almost Flips When Her Business Partner, Lisa, Suggests Setting Up An Apple Turnover Stand But She Places Her Faith In Lisa And Agrees To Be A Magician S Assistant In The Fundraiser S Talent Show.The Only Snag Is The Show S Host, College Professor Bradford Ramsey Hannah And Her Sister, Michelle, Each Had Unfortunate Romances With Ramsey, And When The Cad Comes Sniffing Around Between Acts, Hannah Tells Him Off But When The Curtain Doesn T Go Up, She Discovers Ramsey Backstage Dead, With A Turnover In His Hand Now Hannah Must Find A Killer Who S Flakier Than Puff Pastry And Far Dangerous Includes Over Ten Cookie And Dessert Recipes From The Cookie Jar, Including Chocolate Sugar Cookies And Breakfast In A Muffin The Ever Popular Fluke Writes Engaging Cozies With One Part Great Characters, One Part Gentle Story, And Three Parts The Best Recipes In The Genre Library Journal Catch Up With The Gang In This Delightful, Thoroughly Entertaining Series That Keeps Readers Coming Back For Romantic Times


10 thoughts on “Apple Turnover Murder

  1. says:

    I m a committed Joanne Fluke Hannah Swensen fan I love the cozy mystery and these novels just have such a calming and positive effect on me I m giving 3.5 stars to Apple Turnover Murder, the 13th in this series It was good and hit all the right spots, but left room for growth and complexity With 20 books in the series, I can t give them all a 5, and even a 4 is sometimes too high It doesn t mean I don t adore them I just think it wasn t one of the top ones in the series I like re visiting all the characters and seeing the wonderful relationships between Hannah, her sisters, and her mothers And I was even excited that there s quite an interesting turn of events in Hannah s relationships with her two suitors, Mike and Norman Perhaps it s finally moving in the right direction That said not enough time was spent exploring the possible culprits or the ...


  2. says:

    I really didn t like this book I ve read every one in the series but I doubt I will read any The murder didn t take place until than 100 pages in but I had already figured out who was going to be murdered, who was going to do it, and why It could not have been predictable.I am not fond of love triangles to begin with but the one in this series is incredibly obnoxious and makes the lead character completely unlikable The last few books made it seem like she was leaning towards Norman because she didn t like that Mike was seeing other women what a hypocrite She expects 2 men to be faithful to her but she doesn t have to be faithful to either one of them How ridiculous and obnoxious is that And up until this book Norman has been a bit of a spineless lap dog and suddenly he starts acting shady How out of character is that Further, she is a condescending, know it all, who apparently thinks she s a detective because she bumbles aro...


  3. says:

    OK I m done with this series I m so tired of the love triangle thing Pick one already and get back to the murder mysteries Now I like having the characters personal lives included in my cozies But this is like the same book over and over again Hannah can t make up her mind between Norman and Mike but gets ticked off when Mike shows an interest in another woman Well maybe he s tired of taking cold showers They drink lots of coffee, she has stupid dreams, she doesn t get enough sleep and s...


  4. says:

    As always, I enjoyed reading this Hannah book It is written by a formula, which isn t so bad really Hannah always gets by with too little sleep..when is the poor girl going to get a vacation or some time to catch up on her sleep She also never goes to the grocery store, but always seems to have what she needs in the pantry or refrigerator at home when she starts a new recipe She bakes some cookies, talks to the people at the Cookie Shop, takes on an extra load of work or job, finds a dead body, comes home and bakes and makes coffee, gives her statement to Mike, gets too little sleep, and starts her days all over again Along the way, she bakes something new in each chapter, investigates the murder, tries to help people, has dinner with Norman, tries to evade her mother, falls asleep on the work table at the Cookie Jar, helps out her sisters, and eventually finds herself face to fac...


  5. says:

    First let me begin by saying that when I started reading the Hannah Swensen series, I truly enjoyed the books they were light, fluffy confections that were easy to read I enjoyed getting to know the small town folk family and about the town, itself It s a shame that I ve been soured on these books because of the ridiculous love triangle of Mike Hannah Norman Hannah is becoming and unlikeable whiny, self centered, prude, and sarcastic I find it difficult to relate or to feel pity for her at all.She whines when Mike tells her that she d be better off with Norman She s obviously been leaning towards Norman for some time now At least Hannah and Norman spend time together on true dates They get each others jokes and can complete each others sentences Norman doesn t care if Hannah is a bit plump Norman doesn t want to change Hannah Mike sees Hannah as a never ending supply of cookies, coffee, and home cooked meals someone he can relate to as a detective, not a man In this book, something is troubling Norman For the first time, Hannah considers that she might lose both men she s been playing with, as her cat, Moishe, plays with duck feet, mice, and his Kitty Condo But it doesn t stop her from feeling sorry for herself, while others around her get on with the business of life and love.Hannah can t even say the word sex what The murder victim is a professor that Hannah fell in love with as a grad student, and obviou...


  6. says:

    There has been much discussion over Joanne Fluke s Hannah Swensen series Many have decided to stop reading it because of Joanne s refusal to listen to reader s frustration over the Hannah, Mike, Norman triangle I feel that Joanne has listened to us, the reader, as I found much discussion and Hannah giving thought to her relationship with the two men It appears that Norman may be going to have another love interest being introduced into the story line I actually look forward to reading the next book and seeing where this goes.As for the mystery, many have commented that it was boring I did not find it so I felt that we got insight into Hannah s past and the reason she may not be able to make a commitment with either Mike or Norman due to her past relationship with Bradford Ramsey It seems that Hannah was truly hurt many years ago and her indecision over her love triangle seems to come from her feelings regarding that episode ...


  7. says:

    4.5 starsI loved the sass and shade that was in this book It was a very interesting story involving Hannah s former lover from college, Ramsey Bradford, who showed up in the previous Plum Pudding Murder This time he s causing even trouble for Hannah by FINALLY remembering who they used to be to each other after 6 months of time Where s that pretty little sister of yours I haven t seen her in a while Don t be like that Hannah I ve got a feeling she s a lot like youand you were extra special I really should get to know here betterdon t you think That depends on you, Hannah If YOU won t be nice to me, I ll just have to go younger I was honestly insulted for Hannah as I couldn t believe this guy didn t remember someone he had sex with previously, but this book shows that this man had plenty of women in his life and keeping track of them would have been too much for this egotistical jerk His murderer wasn t wrong in the fact that he d saved the female half of the population from this man as he showed no signs of stopping his heartbreaking ways Still two wrongs don t make a right and even this guy deserves justice Even if he did threaten to go after one of his students if Hannah didn t sleep with him again I d be the happiest man...


  8. says:

    Could Hannah drink any cups of coffee in this book I swear, on every page she was dying to drink up a cup of coffee before pouring herself another or Michelle had made the coffee and was pouring a cup for Hannah or Hannah was making coffee for late night visitors or people were having coffee in her cookie shop or Hannah was pouring coffee for Andrea I could go on FOREVER Usually, this doesn t bother me, but DANG If I read about another cup of coffee, I ll go nuts Deep breath Well, I was cheering for Norman up to this point, but now I m not so sure He has suddenly changed and now Hannah has to deal with his big news Regardless of this, overall, this was one of the better stories that has come out of this series I enjoyed hearing about Hannah s past, but I do have to make a slight complaint Hannah is still quite young and she has some of the most prudish ideas about sex normally I don t complain about his because I am able to just enjoy the story without the sex, but I felt this plot needed to discuss it a little She...


  9. says:

    I have to say first off, that I love this series I have read every book except the newly released Devil s Food Cake Mystery and have thoroughly enjoyed all of them except this one.I don t know if it s Hannah s fickleness in choosing Norman or Mike, if it s the way she is constantly correcting everyone s grammar ok, yes, that is definitely part of it , the same old tired phrases through 13 books Swedish plasma Ok we get it , the fact that every recipe is the same with just a slight variant in what s added to it chocolate chips instead of white chocolate chips it s a whole new cookie The arguments she had with herself actually talking to herself in this one aren t helping things either.This book was predictable and hard to finish I know that I will read the next book because I am the type of person that wants to finish out a series when it eventually ends but I am hoping for less of the same This book made it seem like the writer had grow...


  10. says:

    My friend said that this was the worst book she ever read I am not going to try to dissuade her At first I thought the book was written for children as the writing was so simplified, but alas it seems to be written for adults after all.If that was not distracting enough, the book includes recipes in almost every chapter So a typical chapter is structured like this She walked into the room It was a good room It made her happy She decided to bake in the room that brought her so much happiness She preheated the oven to 400 degrees and got out the flour It then will then go through each step of making whatever she is baking and somewhere in there add a paragraph or two of storyline Then at the end of the chapter is the actual recipe.Good...


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