Cheers to A Room with a Brew!

This series has such a unique fall fee to it. A woman who owns a brew pub and happens to solve crimes in her spare time? Sign me up!

In A Room with a Brew, Max O’Hara is back in the third installment of the Brewing Trouble Mystery Series. When one of the band members she hired to play at the BrewPub for Oktoberfest is found murdered, Max finds herself thrown into the middle of yet another murder investigation.

Take a seat, crack open a cold one, and get ready to enjoy a great book. Here are my top reasons why you will want to read it.

Max Is Fierce

There is just something about the idea of a five foot tall, spunky female brewpub owner that I love. Maybe it’s showing solidarity as a fellow five-footer, but Max is just a fun protagonist to root for. She is kind, works hard, and always willing to go to bat for a friend.

Whoa – Really?!?

One of Max’a friends, Candy, is acting suspiciously after the murder and this worries Max. Could she be somehow involved? Candy finally confides in Max the reason for her odd behavior. And let’s just say it’s not at all what I was expecting. However it did amazing things for adding depth to these characters and had so many possible story lines swimming through my head.

Oktoberfest + Fall = FUN

This is a book set around Oktoberfest, which really helped put me in the fall spirit. I love reading cozies around the season they are set in and the fact that lined up here for me really did enhance the reading experience.

A Room with a Brew is another super installment to this series.

Max is a lot of fun and I enjoy her adventures in brewing, love, and murder.

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Joyce Tremel
5 years ago

Thanks! I’m glad you enjoyed it!