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    Caffeinated Cozy Series

    Krissy, Vicki and Rita head to Maryland to attend the inaugural Javacon to up their game at Death by Coffee. It should be a fun and rewarding time to taste coffees and focus on ways to build out the business. Maybe even a sprinkling of pleasure can be mixed in when a hottie barista asks Krissy out to dinner. When the winner of the Javacon coffee contest is found murdered by one of the tools of his trade, Krissy just can’t help but getting herself involved in solving the man’s murder. She soon fears the hottie who asked her to dinner may be a murderer, and soon realizes that she really doesn’t want to date anyone other than her local police detective back at home in Ohio. 
Contrary to her original plans, Krissy doesn’t have a lot of time to attend sessions at Javacon as she speaks with board members and other attendees to follow the trail of clues. Krissy is working hard to finger the murdered before becoming the next victim. Another great serving in this caffeinated series. The mysteries are solid and the characters well developed. If you haven’t read any of the previous books and don’t like having to connect a few dots, you may want to start from the beginning of the series. Though I do believe this is solid as a stand alone and you can make those connections as you read on.
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    CoffeeCon Cozy

    Krissey, Vickey and Rita are off to a coffee convention. Sidetracked by a murder, Krissey sets out to discover the person responsible. Kept me reading to the suprising end with lots of red herrings thrown in to keep it interesting. An entertaining "Cozy".
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    Cafe Mocha, Anyone?

    Krissy Hancock and her friends are attending a conference on coffee at a hotel. When the winner of the best tasting contest is found dead, Krissy decides to investigate. But, if she doesn’t watch out, she could be the next one dead. I really liked this cozy mystery. I loved how the main character worked with the police and assisted in the investigation. The detective seemed intelligent, but listened, grudgingly, to Krissy’s observations. The plot kept me guessing with just enough red herrings to make it intriguing. I can’t wait until the next book in this series. I received an Advanced Reader Copy of this book from NetGalley and am voluntarily reviewing it.
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    Enjoyable cozy mystery

    I am addicted to books. I am also addicted to coffee. How have I never read this series? I LOVED this mystery! Even though it is #7 in the series, I was able to dive right in. I will, however, be reading the first 6! Krissy and friends Vicki and Rita are headed to JavaCon (this is a convention I could get excited about!) and naturally, a murder happens on the first full day there. Krissy is a great protagonist. I liked that she was really trying hard not to get involved, but she just couldn't help herself. I thought Rita was hilarious. This series is now on my ever expanding must read list. Thank you to Netgalley and Kensington for the copy. All opinions expressed are my own.
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    Addicted to words

    Enjoyable fluffy romp with murder of an odious victim ,an unlikely heroine and the uninhibited mores at a coffee convention.
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