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    Coffee and Mystery! Perfect Combo!

    I was googling mysteries that involved food or restaurants and came across this book. I thought that it sounded interesting since the main character co-owns/manages a coffeehouse and I used to own a coffeehouse. I was not disappointed! The author did a great job with developing the characters into believable, fleshed out people and the storyline was quite intriguing with a couple of mysteries layered upon the "whodunit" of pushing Annabelle down the stairs. The twists were quite realistic and you could have seen the big twist, but you might just be surprised! This was an enjoyable and entertaining cozy mystery and I have already checked the next book in the series out of my library!
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    A cozy with a taste of coffee

    This cozy has a heroine with a great passion - coffee. Not only do you get a satisfying mystery, you find out the mysteries of coffee.
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    Cross between a romance novel and a mystery.

    This was my first e-book and I wasn't familiar with the authors but took a chance as it sounded interesting. I did learn a lot about coffee, but I'm not an avid coffee drinker so it was a little more than I needed to know about the subject. I would say this is a cross between a romance novel and a mystery. If you're looking for more of a Sherlock Holmes type mystery, it probably isn't for you. Having said that...it was well written and I did like the end of it.
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    “Good to the last drop”

    “‘When we drink coffee, we drink its history, which is also our own history.’” After recently reading the 18th book in this series, I decided to go back to the beginning again. I first read this book as a library loan in 2003, long enough back that I’d forgotten the actual mystery involved so, with a set of “fresh eyes”, I went back to when Joy had moved out of the home Clare had worked hard to keep her safe in, and Madame Blanche DuBois had offered Clare her old job of managing The Village Blend along with the furnished duplex above and a percentage of the business. Then, in a horrible accident, Annabelle, the night manager, is found near the rear exit of The Blend, unconscious and near death having apparently fallen on the stars. But the story doesn’t ring true for Clare and thus begins her first sleuthing “job” as she tries to fit the puzzle together with missing pieces scattered far and wide. Past, present and a strange future come together in dis/harmony as Clare works around, as well as with Matt: her ex husband, and Lt. Quinn, the homicide cop that she is growing to respect. After reading this a second time, I realize just how much I’ve learned about coffee from these books over the years, even subconsciously. I read this in 2 sittings- normal for this type of book, revisiting why I love this series so much. Whether your first or your 31st time, come back and enjoy a cup of mystery at the Village Blend. Highly recommended 5/5
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