Hannah bakes. Hannah talks with her family. Moishe. Hannah finds another body.
If you’ve read any of Joanne Fluke’s books before- you know how the book goes. This installment consists of Dr.Bev coming back with a new look, a new man, and some expensive toys. While still needling Hannah about many things, Dr. Bev let’s it be known that she wants Norman back- and that she’ll use her feminine powers to get him back.
Hannah is upset- as well as her mother and sisters. But then, Dr. Bev becomes the dead body that Hannah finds in this book. So, did Hannah kill Dr.Bev? And would anyone blame her if she did?
Hannah sets out to find out who killed Dr.Bev- and relatively easy finds out the information. And all is well with Lake Eden- and there’s even some good news at the end of the book.
If you like Hannah Swensen books- then you’ll probably like this. However, if you’ve been reading for awhile- and you are tired of the lack of character development and the “triangle”- then, it’s the same happenings.