A Brew to a Kill

A Brew to a Kill Cleo Coyle
  • Title: A Brew to a Kill
  • Author: Cleo Coyle
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  • Page: 484
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  • A Brew to a Kill Cleo Coyle A Brew to a Kill 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
    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 s 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 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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    About Cleo Coyle


    1. Cleo Coyle is the New York Times bestselling pseudonym for Alice Alfonsi, writing in collaboration with her husband, Marc Cerasini Under the name Cleo Coyle, they ve written 16 Coffeehouse Mystery titles, including the latest, DEAD COLD BREW, a national bestseller in hardcover from Penguin Random House, a Most Wanted selection of the Mystery Guild, and a Top 10 Best Mysteries for Book Clubs 2017 Their previous bestselling mystery, DEAD TO THE LAST DROP, was chosen as a Baker Taylor Fall Trends Pick and honored with four Best of Year list picks, including the Examiner s Best Mystery Books for Book Clubs.With well over 1 million books in print, Cleo Coyle has gained an enthusiastic following The first in their bestselling Coffeehouse Mystery series is now in its 20th printing two entries have earned starred reviews, including BILLIONAIRE BLEND, which was honored with a Kirkus Star and called a highly satisfying mystery by Publishers Weekly Every book in the series has hit national bestseller lists, including HOLIDAY BUZZ, which was a Top 10 New York Times bestseller Cleo also writes a mystery series set in a New England book shop THE HAUNTED BOOKSHOP MYSTERIES are published under the name Alice Kimberly There are five books published thus far with under contract The first book in the series, THE GHOST AND MRS McCLURE, is now in its 12th printing and all of the titles were national bestsellers.When not haunting coffeehouses or hunting ghosts, Alice and Marc are NY Times bestselling media tie in writers who have penned properties for Lucasfilm, NBC, Fox, Disney, Imagine, and MGM Cleo Coyle enjoys hearing from readers Visit her virtual Village Blend coffeehouse at CoffeehouseMystery, where she also posts recipes and coffee picks You can keep in touch with Cleo by signing up for her free E newsletter Simply write an e mail that says Sign me up and send it to CoffeehouseMystery gmail Although both Alice and Marc were born and raised in small towns near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, they did not meet until they moved to New York City, where both began their post college careers After falling in love, Alice and Marc were married Now they live and work in New York City, where they write independently and together, cook like crazy, care for their stray cat rescues, haunt coffeehouses, and hunt ghosts.


    322 Comments


    1. I m a relatively new reader of Cleo Coyle s coffeeshop series, but it has everything I like about cozy mysteries family, romance, small business, food and smart investigation It also has plenty of coffee trivia and New York City ambience and in this case, food trucks, along with a dose of city politics and rivalry The Village Blend decides to branch out with a coffee and dessert truck, which causes internal strife before Clare and her ex husband Matteo, as well as external strife when her rival [...]

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    2. I laughed I cried I got angry When I first started reading Brew To a Kill, it felt like I was home again My senses were awake with the sounds and smells of New York, and I ve never been there Cleo Coyle has a way with words that makes you a part of the book Her characters become family.a family that is loving and yet isn t afraid to fight I can t wait for the next one to come out.

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    3. This series has been my favorite cozy series for awhile now and with each book it just keeps getting better This book exhibited all of the humor, action, and mystery the books before it had and it still retains a cozy feeling even though it s set in New York City.In this book I felt that we saw growth in the MC, Clare She grew in her relationships with Mike and Matt and in herself, in my opinion I want to give an example of how she grew, but they all have spoilers, so I m not going to I also tho [...]

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    4. Claire Cosi is as intriguing as ever in this Coffeehouse Mystery This time she, her lover Mike, and her ex husband Matteo team up in an unlikely trio in a risky scheme to trap big time drug dealers smuggling dope in with coffee beans Claire also has to deal with the hit run near fatality of her new partner, Lily a hit and run that is eerily similar to other incidents This will keep you reading and smelling the coffee as Claire describes the various flavors in the new bean Matt brought home form [...]

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    5. This is the eleventh book in the Coffeehouse Mystery series, and not only does it follow in the others footsteps by offering a fun and entertaining mystery, but it provides killer recipes that every chef and pastry lover in the world wants to own Clare Cosi, manager of The Village Blend located in New York City, is busy watching her new idea get off the ground She and her employees have been working on launching their coffee truck, which will extend their business by letting them drive their am [...]

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    6. The Coffeehouse Mysteries are among the best of the cozies and this is a worthy addition to the series.

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    7. This one took me a bit to figure out but once I heard the keyword, I figured it out right before Clare.Also, Clare is getting into some steamy situations with Mike and I love it Can we please have of that instead of the last book s judgy shamey Clare Matt is really getting to be a big lug I mean, what the what Poor Lilly Beth but I definitely saw that one coming with Max I do hope they both stick around.Nancy Umdidn t she try to rape Dante Or at least sexually assault him I mean, she slipped hi [...]

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    8. There were fewer than average passages that made me completely furious By this 11th book the frustration of watching Clare chase the obviously wrong suspect has faded to background stupidity, and Matt doesn t make a gross pass at her, so I remained mostly calm while reading this book Overt sexism was also somewhat lower than average, maybe because there were a higher than average number of female characters to balance out the walking stereotypes I am still grossed out that Nancy has an on going [...]

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    9. I had stopped reading this series for a while and I thought I had read this one I picked it up to read it for book club this month and discovered I had not read it That was a pleasant surprise It s a well crafted mystery even though there is a lot going on and than one mystery.

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    10. Time for a little reading fun Just finished this book in three days It s a fast read and, as I said, a lot of fun I love this series coffee, food, New York and Clare Cosi manages her ex mother s in law coffee place in Greenwich Village AND lives above the store She has now mended her bad relationship with her ex, Matt, who is remarried However, they both have affection for one another and are united, in part, by their daughter, Joy, and the fact that Matt s mother is one of her closest friends [...]

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    11. Clare decides to add another dimention to Village Blend At a cost of 100,000 she has researched and decided to add a food truck.Competition is fierce in the food business Lily, a dietition who is converting the high calorie treats to lower calorie treats for the Village Blend has numerous ideas that will combat the competition.We start the mystery when Lily is run over and the sleuthing begins.Clare decides to use the internet to see if there are any pictures of the accident.Will the camera phon [...]

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    12. Truly the best cozy series around I especially love the audio versions of these books as the narrator adds so much to an already terrific story In this book, 40 something NY Village Blend Coffee shop manager, Clare Cozy has invested in a the newest big fad a food truck Fortunately, or maybe not, Matt, her ex and co manager of the Village Blend, has just returned from Brazil where he purchased a new exotic, and very expensive, coffee bean While they are discussing each other s new enterprises wit [...]

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    13. This is the 11th Coffeehouse mystery by Cleo Coyle and I ve loved them all Clare runs an upscale coffee house in NYC and murders just seem to keep happening that she helps solve Amid the crime solving there s fantastic info on making the best coffees and then there are wonderful recipes for all the cookies and muffins and other tempting treats These books have kept me entertained for years and I highly recommend them to anyone with an interest in mysteries, coffee and dessert

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    14. I was ecstatic when I found out that this book featured Filipinos in the US While reading, however, I was wondering if the author knew that Tanga means stupid in Tagalog Then again, maybe it was deliberate Unlike the other books in the series where it was challenging to pin the perpetrator, it was easy to guess Brew to Kill s villain Apart from these concerns, I found the book truly enjoyable.

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    15. I loved this cozy mystery I come into this series late but I was able to follow the characters around new York and you also learn interesting facts I highly recommended book to anyone who love mysteries.

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    16. I do enjoy this series There seems to be a trend in cozies to move away from the heroine solving a murder to solving a generic sort of crime It has me wondering if there s been so much murder in the real world that editors and publishers are pushing for simple crime solving.

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    17. I so enjoy her coffeehouse mysteries

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    18. I love this series Can t wait for the installment coming in December I have pre ordered the ebook at.

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    19. 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 of the series.

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    20. I am going to try and change my reviews to be better than just an I like this book So if an author has discussion questions posted on their website I will be using some or all of them to talk about the book These questions were taken fromCleo Coyle s website I had one major problem with this book The author put in safety harness in place of a seatbelt Granted the car was a BMW but to my knowledge BMW s have a seatbelt and not a safety harness I wonder if this was an editor s mistake or what.1 Th [...]

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    21. Once again I am sharing my thoughts on a Coffeehouse Mystery book this time it is book number 11 A Brew To A Kill Did you know that, I rarely read book series You can count on one hand the different series I keep up with That is because I find that in most by the time I get to book 9, 10, or 11, the story has become redundant, often repeating themes from earlier books That is not the case with the Coffeehouse Mystery Series Actually, the later books have been even enjoyable than the initial one [...]

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    22. Coffee and murder, what a wonderful combination How can one not read this with a cup of coffee and a sweet treat in hand I admit it was drawn out, and slightly on the boring, heading toward the dry side, but the attempted murder was fantastic When Lilly got ran over by a speeding car, and was hanging on a thread of life, I found that interesting that the author decided to not to kill her, but to let her slip into a coma As excited as I was, I was disappointed at the Detective who confused me Wh [...]

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    23. A shocking hit and run in front of her Village Blend coffeehouse spurs Clare Cosi into action A divorced, single mom, 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 than coffee, and Clare may have been the real target of that deadly driver Can ex hu [...]

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    24. Clare is going into the food truck business She s bought the truck and has agreed to start selling coffee and baked goods as a food truck catering business When Matt comes back from a coffee buying trip, he isn t happy about it, but he is happy about the new brand of coffee he s discovered That is until he and Clare discover the Brazilian crack hidden inside and the DEA arrests them both.While Clare and Matt look to Quinn to get them out of jail, Clare is still trying to figure out who ran down [...]

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    25. LESS COFFEE THANK GOD MORE STORY FINALLY And a good story to boot Sassy, fun, cozy mystery that has two men sparing with each other, living under the same roof, with one woman WOW what fun It also has some unexpected twist Great book Not a five star because it is not great literature but is still fun.

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    26. This book started out strong with several overlapping plot threads that we quite enjoyable, but the authors included a weak scene at the climax of the story that was over the top silly It s still a good read, though, with lots of action as well as some arc development with Claire s romantic interests.

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    27. It was a good read I liked seeing Mike unleashed It was a little slow to get going but I enjoyed the book I took a break from the series and now I m trying to finish it before the new one comes out in April On to Holiday Buzz

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    28. Coffee, New York City, murder, mystery, and a cross section of characters makes this a fun series This one is a crazy ride and requires signing on for the fun mayhem I get a kick out of this crazy series.

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    29. Good cozy mystery series involving my favorite drink coffee I like the characters and the situations are believable Recipes in the back are an added extra.

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    30. I LOVE this series Each book is better than the last Get hold of the first book in the series and read, you won t be disappointed.

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