1) Orphan train
"If your reading habits alternate between curling up with a good mystery or with a good cookbook, you ought to know about Joanne Fluke."—Charlotte Observer
This summer has been warmer than usual in Lake Eden, Minnesota, and Hannah Swensen is trying to beat the heat both in and out of her bakery kitchen. But she's about to find out the hard way that nothing cools off a hot day like a cold-blooded murder. At the grand
5) 1st to die
New York Times Bestseller: After a glorious honeymoon, baker Hannah Swensen must deal with a ghastly homicide...
A romantic seven-day cruise is the perfect start to bakery owner Hannah Swensen's marriage. However, with a murder mystery heating up back in Minnesota, it seems the newlywed's homecoming won't be as sweet as anticipated.
Hannah's eager to settle down in Lake Eden and turn domestic daydreams
New York Times Bestseller:Thanksgiving's coming, but with a missing husband and a murder to solve, Hannah isn't feeling very thankful...
Hannah Swensen has been feeling as bitter as November in Minnesota since her husband, Ross, vanished without a trace and left their marriage in limbo. Still, she throws herself into a baking frenzy for the sake of pumpkin pie and Thanksgiving-themed treats while endless
When it comes to holidays, Minnesotans rise to the occasion—and the little town of Lake Eden is baking up a storm with Hannah leading the way. The annual Christmas Buffet is the final test of the recipes Hannah has collected...
When she sees what looks like a child tumbling from a ferry into frigid Lake Champlain, Troy Chance dives in without thinking. When she gets the child to shore she discovers that his name is Paul, he speaks only French—and no one is looking for him.
Her determination to protect Paul pulls Troy from her quiet life as a writer in a small...
From the New York Times-bestselling author of Chocolate Chip Cookie Murder, "another delicious adventure...a superior cozy sure to leave readers satisfied."—Publishers Weekly
When the president of Hartland Flour chooses cozy Lake Eden, Minnesota, as the spot for their first annual Dessert Bake-Off, bakery owner Hannah Swensen is thrilled to serve as the head judge. But when a fellow judge, Coach Boyd
For fifty years, Anna Schlemmer has refused to talk about her life in Germany during World War II. Her daughter, Trudy, was only three when she and her mother were liberated by an American soldier and went to live with him in Minnesota. Trudy's sole evidence of the past is an old photograph: a family portrait showing Anna, Trudy, and a Nazi officer, the Obersturmfuhrer of Buchenwald.
Driven by the guilt of her heritage, Trudy, now a professor