Book Review of Chocolate Chip Cookie Murder (Hannah Swensen, Bk 1)

Chocolate Chip Cookie Murder (Hannah Swensen, Bk 1)
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I loved this book and was finished in a day and a half, it was a quick and easy read. At first I didn't think I was going to enjoy reading this book, it seemed like a cheesy who done it mystery in the beginning. I was trying out the library borrowing via download onto the kindle and figured I might as well read the book after figuring out how to download it.

I am very glad I downloaded this book and stuck through the first two chapters. I became sucked in to trying to figure out the mystery as well as craved cookies after the first few recipes. Hannah's pushy mother Delores was irritating most of the time trying to play match maker to her eldest daughter Hannah.

The only thing that was obviously wrong about the book was the fact that Hannah's brother-in-law Bill the detective was allowing Hannah to question people and become part of helping to locate who the murderer was. No detective in their right mind would allow someone, let alone a family member go around asking questions to help figure out the identity of the killer. Despite that, the book latched on to my attention and I didn't want to put it down. I went to bed late one night and got up early before my 9 1/2 month hold to get some reading in. I can't wait to read the next book. So many books, so little time!