Best-selling author Joanne Fluke’s Hannah Swensen mysteries have earned her a loyal following. In this 16th delightful installment, the tour bus carrying the Cinnamon Roll Six overturns, sending the band members to the hospital - and the keyboard player to a bizarre and untimely death. Soon Hannah discovers the victim’s surprising secret - and becomes determined to bring the killer to justice.
©2012 H.L. Swensen, Inc. (P)2012 Recorded Books, LLC
I love books and animals.I enjoy all sorts of genres, anything from history to supernatural.
This is such a fun book.
I loved listening to this book because:
- it picked up right where the last book left off and answered the cliffhanger ending
- its another good, clean mystery
- the narrator did her usual fantastic job
- instead of reading the reciepes throughout the book they were saved for the end. This made it easier to listen to and follow. I hope the next books follow this trend.
If you enjoyed Joanne Flukes previous books and you want to know what happens with Norman - this book is a must and it does not dissapoint.
For me, cozies are a guilty pleasure. I usually buy them to help me get through chores that I do not want to do. This story did not disappoint.
I liked that it picked up where the other book left off. I was glad that they saved the recipies until the end of the book.
I would not listen to another on of Suzanne Toren's performances. I do not think that she did a bad job, I just did not like her style at all.
I really wanted to listen to long stretches of the book while I was working. The story was entertaining enough to allow me to do that. However, I could only listen to Suzanne for an hour tops.
I really like this series. What was nice about this book is they didn't read the recipes throughout the book, they were read at the end, which kept the book flowing along. the books aren't intense, but they are just good and kind of sweet, with the murder mixed in!
I wouldn't know I rarely have time to "sit down" and read these days. I Love audio books they allow me to cook, clean, garden and still be engaging my mind :)
well.. kinda, I thought that it was a bit obvious some of the things going on but I was craving a jo fluke book and this one was great.
I love her voices, she really keeps me engaged though the whole book.
At first I loved that the recipes where at the end instead of at the end of each chapter but then I found I actually missed them. And I wanted to be munching whatever they where talking about while listening but I had to wait till the book was all the way over to get the recipes!
I recommend the whole series. I've become so attached to the characters that I miss them now that I've finished the series. The mysteries are good, easy listens. I always figure out who before the end. I mostly enjoyed the characters. After listening to several of these books I got the recipe book from the series. So so good!!
The ending I was hoping for.
Do not watch near food. You will become hungry!
I want a Norman of my own.
This isn't an intense thriller but a lighthearted mystery. It is rather improbable and unrealistic but overall a great book to pass the time while driving on long trips.
The Cat who books
She seemed to read well
It's a great time waster and makes me hungry - not good for a diet
The ending was all I had hoped for.
Yes, just keeps getting better.
A fun story if you are a Hannah Swensen fan.
I wouldn't say that this is a great story. But I can recommend this for you if you're looking for a comfortable, no-stress listen. The best thing about cozy mysteries is that you can just relax and enjoy some mindless reading or listening in this case.
Cinnamon Roll Murder is my first audiobook purchase among the Hannah Swensen series. I bought books for the rest of the series. As a long-time fan, I enjoyed this audiobook as well. No bloody scenes, no real tension between characters.
And the narrator does her best to bring the most out of this somewhat bland story.
The writing of this novel was terrible. It was filled with bakery characters loving every desert they ever met. The pages were mostly filled with filler going from on chocolate desert to another. As a running gag it got old after the second scone, and went downhill from there. Then there were the characters. I found I never cared about any of them.
All of them.
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