Murder Most Frothy

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Murder Most Frothy

Coffeehouse Mysteries, #4

This is Book 4 of 14 of Cleo Coyle's Coffeehouse Mystery Series.

As I read this book, I find that I was totally interested in it. There was no disappointment. I found that this "cozy" mystery isn't like most of the others. Most of them have a fair amount of unrealistic situations in them. I found this book to be very believable, much more so than the other "cozies" I've read. The setting for this book is out on Long Island in the Hamptons during the summer.

Claire is the main character who has taken a temporary job at a new restaurant as the managing barista. The main idea is to get coffee bar / dessert selections established.

I found the information about coffee a lot of fun and anyone who enjoys coffee will be sure to enjoy this book. Just remember this is a "cozy" story and not literature. Cozies are fun, interesting, easy to read and not overly full of descriptions. There is just enough to keep your interest.

You can't go wrong with cozies, especially the ones by Cleo Coyle.

You will also find coffee making tips and recipes in the book. What a wonderful touch.

Book Blurb for Murder Most Frothy

Book #4 in New York Times bestselling author Cleo Coyle's Coffeehouse Mystery series...

Clare Cosi's new friend, millionaire David Mintzer, has an offer no New York barista could turn down: an all-expenses-paid summer away from the sticky city. At his Hamptons mansion, she'll relax, soak up the sun, and, oh yes, train the staff of his new restaurant. So Clare packs up her daughter, her former mother-in-law, and her special recipe for iced coffee--for what she hopes will be one de-latte-ful summer...

Soon, Clare tends the coffee bar at her first Hamptons gala. But the festivities come to a bitter end when an employee turns up dead in David's bathroom--a botched attempt on the millionaire's life. Thanks to the Fourth of July fireworks no one heard any gunshots, and the police are stuck in holiday traffic. Concerned for everyone's safety, Clare begins to investigate. What she finds will keep her up at night--and it's not the java jitters...

Night Owl Reviews Nov, 2014 4.00