A Brew to a Kill

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Thorndike Press, 2012 - Fiction - 585 pages
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The Village Blend's Muffin Muse coffee truck is all the rage, serving Clare Cosi's premium drinks with a sassy side of Esther's Slam Poetry in all New York's five boroughs. But a fatal hit-and-run followed by a mysterious death at a food truck-catered wedding give Clare a clue that something's brewing. Then she opens a bag of imported coffee beans and finds ten pounds of "rocks". Is her ex-husband and business partner smuggling Brazilian crack? Other titles in this series available while supplies last: French Pressed; Espresso Shot; Roast Mortem; Murder By Mocha.

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User Review  - NewsieQ - LibraryThing

When a friend of our heroine Claire Cosi is hit by a speeding van while leaving the Village Blend coffee shop, Claire feels she’s to blame. After all, if Lilly Beth hadn’t been visiting her it never ... Read full review

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User Review  - Carolee888 - LibraryThing

This is the ninth book in the Coffeehouse Mysteries by Cleo Coyle. I missed all the books before it and I am positive that I would have liked this book much better if I have read the first eight books ... 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...

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