A Brew to a Kill

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Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated, 2012 - Fiction - 370 pages
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"Coyle's Coffeehouse books are superb" (Library Journal), and now the national bestselling author of Murder by Mocha serves up a hot new Coffeehouse Mystery with A Brew to a Kill.

Coffee. It can get a girl killed.

A shocking hit-and-run in front of her Village Blend coffeehouse spurs Clare Cosi into action. A divorced, single mom in her forties, Clare is also a dedicated sleuth, and she's determined to track down this ruthless driver who ran down an innocent friend and customer. In the meantime, her ex-husband Matt, the shop's globetrotting coffee buyer, sources some amazing new beans from Brazil. But he soon discovers that he's importing more than coffee, and Clare may have been the real target of that deadly driver. Can ex-husband and wife work together to solve this mystery? Or will their newest brew lead to murder? Includes recipes.

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Star number two is for the clarity of prose. - Goodreads
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Star number four is Character development. - Goodreads
One of these days I need to try the recipes! - Goodreads

Review: A Brew to a Kill (Coffeehouse Mystery #11)

User Review  - Natalie Feild - Goodreads

Plot-twists were over the top, and the writing was trying too hard to be clever/descriptive. It was a nice quick, light read, but I won't bother to read any more of the series. Read full review

Review: A Brew to a Kill (Coffeehouse Mystery #11)

User Review  - Lorelie - Goodreads

Love this series. The mystery is always spot and and really enjoy the characters. The food always sounds amazing. One of these days I need to try the recipes! Read full review

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About the author (2012)

Cleo Coyle is the pen name for a multipublished author who collaborates with her husband to write the nationally bestselling Coffeehouse Mysteries. Although they did not meet until adulthood, Cleo and her husband had very similar upbringings. Both were children of food-loving Italian immigrants, and both grew up in working-class neighborhoods outside of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, before moving to the Big Apple to begin their postcollege careers: Cleo as a journalist and children's book and media tie-in author; and her husband as a magazine editor and writer. After finally meeting and falling in love, they married at the Little Church of the West in Las Vegas. Now they live and work in New York City, where they each write books independently and together, cook like crazy, haunt local coffeehouses, and drink a lot of joe. Among their many coauthored projects are the Haunted Bookshop Mysteries, written under the pen name Alice Kimberly.

Cleo enjoys hearing from readers. Visit her virtual Village Blend coffeehouse, where she also posts recipes and coffee industry news: www.coffeehousemystery.com.


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