By Joanne Fluke
The citizens of Lake Eden, Minnesota, are making plans to color the city purple, white, and blue to have fun the Fourth of July--but the fireworks are already going off at Hannah Swensen's bake store, The Cookie Jar. . .
Lemon Meringue Pie Murder
Hannah Swensen concept she'd eventually chanced on the recipe for an ideal existence. yet her someday beau Norman Rhodes tosses a shock element into the combo while he telephones to inform her he is simply obtained a home from neighborhood drugstore clerk Rhonda Scharf--which he plans to rip down with a view to construct the dream domestic he and Hannah designed. it sort of feels the plan has been cooking for relatively it slow, and Hannah's surprised. specifically when you consider that her ring finger continues to be a great deal naked. . .
The excellent news is that the soon-to-be-torn-down home is packed with antiques--and Norman has given Hannah and her mom first dibs. They discover a few beautiful previous furnishings, a patchwork cover. . .and Rhonda Scharf's useless physique. a bit extra sleuthing turns up the half-eaten is still of a really precise dinner for two--and one of many Cookie Jar's recognized lemon meringue pies. Now it truly is as much as Hannah to show up the heat--and get busy monitoring down clues. beginning in her own kitchen. . .
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