Dead Cold Brew Book Review
Just the Facts
Title: Dead Cold Brew (16th book in the Coffeehouse Mystery Series)
Author: Cleo Coyle
Publisher: Berkley Publishing
A Little About the Book
A sunken ship. A missing jewel. Shocking family secrets. These all are at the center of a decades old murder case that is causing trouble for Clare, Mike, and the Village Blend family in the present day. Can Clare track down a killer and get the answers she needs before killings once again start to surface?
Stuff You Should Know
Sub-Themes: coffee, coffeehouse, business owner, New York
Can You Start the Series in the Middle?
This is a series I have jumped around in. I have read multiple books in the series, but I haven’t read them straight through in order. You can follow the story starting in the middle. I’m sure if you read them straight through you’d have a deeper attachment to Clare’s love life and the plight she has been on to get to where she is in this book.
If You Like …
Ellie Alexander’s Bakeshop Mystery Series, you’ll enjoy this book.
Fast paced, fun, and full of adventure, this book was over far too quickly. Which is saying something because at 349 pages, it is already longer than many cozy mystery books. The author does a nice job weaving multiple story lines together and keeping you hooked until the very end. There is a massive section of recipes in the back of this book. I can’t wait to get into the kitchen and try them out (especially Clare’s Cannoli Cream Cupcakes!)