Book Review of Key Lime Pie Murder (Hannah Swenson, Bk 9)

Key Lime Pie Murder (Hannah Swenson, Bk 9)
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Helpful Score: 3


Joanne Fluke has managed to retrieve this series from the abyss where she took it with Cherry Cheesecake Murder. Hannah is not as irritating in this story and Mike and Norman are both shown to be thoughtful and kind, making it more understandable why she can't decide between them. The mystery, even though it jumps around at times, makes sense and isn't far-fetched. Hannah, unfortunately, talks indiscriminately at the end of the story, which really isn't in line with her character, but I suppose that was so Fluke could end the book. Over all, a very good read and I'm once again looking forward to reading future installments in this series.