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Blackberry Pie Murder

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Hannah's mother, Delores, is outraged. The Swensen women are the butt of a joke by a news reporter about how long it has been since one of the Swensen ladies have found a body. While the daughters are taking the joke in stride, Delores is not. Hannah is not worried- it feels like ages since she found her last body- and with all the things going on (planning Delores's wedding to Doc, running The Cookie Jar, cuddling up with Moishe and trying to decide between Mike and Norman), Hannah is ok with not finding any bodies.

One day, a dark and stormy day, Lisa, Hannah's partner at The Cookie Jar, needs to be picked up from the car repair shop. Hannah goes and gets Lisa- worrying about the weather and decides to take the back roads back to town. The weather is terrible and Hannah is worried that if she pulls over, no one would see her and hit her. When Hannah swerves to avoid a large limb, she doesn't see the man near the side of the road. Overcome with guilt (Hannah's used to finding dead bodies, not causing them), but knowing that it was an accident- Hannah does not know what will happen next. Will she be arrested?

Characters
NameSwensen, Hannah
GenderFemale
OccupationBakery shop owner

NameKingston, Mike
GenderMale
OccupationPolice detective

GenreFiction
Mystery
    --Women sleuths
    --Cozy
    --Culinary
Suspense
TopicsBakers
Weddings
Mothers and daughters
Relationships
Accidental deaths
False accusations
Search for truth
Murder investigations
Small town life
SettingLake Eden, Minnesota
Minnesota
Small town