By Joanne Fluke
Bakery proprietor Hannah Swensen has a gown to slot into and a date together with her sister, Andrea, at Lake Eden's new gymnasium, Heavenly our bodies. Dragging herself up and about on a frigid Minnesota morning for workout, of all issues, is undesirable adequate. researching the physique of man-eating bombshell Ronni Ward floating within the gym's jacuzzi? ok, that's worse. Nor does it aid that there's a plate of The Cookie Jar's personal cream puffs garnishing the homicide scene.
Trying to slim the record of Ronni's enemies all the way down to fewer than part the town's lady inhabitants, Hannah has her plate complete. difficulty is, by way of cookies—and to murder—there's constantly room for one more...
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