Written By: Joanne Fluke

Narrated By: Suzanne Toren

Date: November 2007

Duration: 9 hours 34 minutes


In her first foray into the sleuthing game, resourceful, red-headed Hannah Swensen must find the right ingredients to solve two perplexing murders. One chilly morning on her way to The Cookie Jar, Hannah discovers Ron, the dairy delivery man, shot dead in his truck. When she begins to investigate, she suspects the dairy owner, but when he, too, is murdered, Hannah must look further afield for the culprit.


  • Anna E.

    Pathetic. This is one of the dumbest crime novels I've ever had the missfortune to read. Don't bother.

    4 of 4 people found this review helpful.

  • Robtstoll

    boring, narrator voice was annoying

    2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

  • Anonymous

    Light-hearted & fun to listen to. This is a new Series for me & although I enjoyed it, Audiobooks.com don't seem to have audiobook number 2. What's up with that? The rest of the Series is available for purchase (books 3 - 27) but no audiobook 2! By the way, it's called "Strawberry Shortcake Murder."

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

  • Anonymous

    The story is very slow going and picks up some at the end. This is a good book if you are working on a craft or painting and don’t want anything too complex to listen to while doing the craft. There are also receipts between the chapters I don’t care for.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

  • Nelda S.

    Very boring. Typical slow moving mystery. Too much narrative between characters.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

  • Lada S.

    A rather fun, light-heated book, ideal for listening while cooking (or baking - then you can choose from the listed recipes).

  • melgos

    The story was pretty unrealistic that the local cookie baker could solve crimes before the police. My biggest issue with the book is the narrator. The main character is in her late twenties but the narrator sounds much older. The main character’s mother is early 50s but sounds as if she is in her 80s.

  • Peggy C.

    Enjoyable to listen to while working. I don’t have to concentrate on every word to keep up with plot. The story and characters are what I expect from a cozy mystery. The narrator is perfect for these stories.

  • Elizabeth E.

    A little boring and slow. I kept losing interest

  • Shea S.

    just couldn't get into the story

  • Maree-patrice W.

    I loved this lighthearted, easy read. So nice to enjoy by just listening and not having to think about it. Thank you.

  • Sabra G.

    Light-hearted listen. I liked it.

  • Jane Abbott

    makes us all think we can be a super sleuth like Hannah. Great receipes!

  • Brenda D.

    Nothing too intense here. Just a fun murder mystery. Love the cute little town where everyone knows every....or do they?

  • Carôle C.

    Long and overly convoluted! I didn’t enjoy this as much as I thought I would. I’m not a baker, even though I have a sweet tooth, so the frequent recipes interspersed with the story, didn’t appeal to me. I’m still going to pursue the other stories in the series, with the hope that the stories are not too disparate...

  • Anonymous

    I knew I was going to be hooked on this series after reading this book! the narrator does a fantastic job. The recipes are also very delicious. I tried a few from this book that came out wonderful!

  • Fenella B.

    If you like murder she wrote you should like these. Nothing too taxing a pleasant easy listen. I personally found some of the narrators voices a little annoying but she read well.

  • Holly S.

    I really enjoyed this book ,it was easy to listen to. I am looking forward to the entire series.

  • Tonya D.

    cute easy listen

  • Anonymous

    VERY light listening - story is dated (before cell phones etc.) and predictable. Chapters include recipes for cookies (some sound pretty good.)

  • Mary S.

    I enjoyed this. Different enough from the Hallmark movies based on the book. A little slow in places though.

  • Julie F.

    I love these books in the movie-form on Hallmark channel. However, this is really a poor choice for a narrator!

  • Anonymous

    Ok lah

  • Ladell Gwen J.

    I love Joanne Fluke books! And I love baking cookies. The narrator is awesome!

  • Adrian G.

    Refreshing! Reminds me of a good Hallmark mystery.

  • Margaret D.

    Terrific book and excellent narrator, can't wait to continue the series.

  • Lou G.

    Cozy mystery - slightly deviates from the HMM movie but a cute lil read. Narrator wasn't bad, either. :)

  • Kara S

    A must listen!

  • Roxanna G

    This is a cozy murder mystery with just a touch of romance. It's perfect.

  • Gretchen J

    Easy listening. Fun murder mystery with a great twist.

  • Laura Thomas

    Cute, fun, and kept me guessing right until the end. Absolutely loved it from start to finish. The narrator was perfect.

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