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A Brew to Kill by Cleo Coyle

28 May

Today I finished reading a book in one of the many cozy mystery series that I enjoy. This series is about a Coffee House in New York state. It is run by a woman who is divorced from her business partner, which makes for some interesting scenes. These books are filled with great coffee facts.

As always, another enthralling tale. There wasn’t as much description of the coffee creations, once the beans are roasted. Yet there was more about pre-roasted coffee. Where is it grown? Why there? The conditions of the people who pick it were described as well.

If you have any fondness for coffee and mystery novels, I hope you read this series.

A Brew to Kill

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