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Roast Mortem (A Coffeehouse Mystery) epub ebook

by Cleo Coyle

Roast Mortem (A Coffeehouse Mystery) epub ebook

Author: Cleo Coyle
Category: Mystery
Language: English
Publisher: Wheeler Publishing; Large Print edition (November 17, 2010)
Pages: 525 pages
ISBN: 1410431320
ISBN13: 978-1410431325
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 743
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Cleo Coyle pays tribute to the FDNY in this latest book in her best-selling Coffee House Mystery series.

Only 10 left in stock (more on the way). Only 13 left in stock (more on the way). Cleo Coyle pays tribute to the FDNY in this latest book in her best-selling Coffee House Mystery series.

Clare, the owner of the Village Blend, finds herself being rescued from a burning cafe owned by one of her ex-mother-in-laws friends, Enzo.

Clare Cosi, manager and head barista of the landmark Village Blend coffeehouse, has perfected the art of steaming hot espresso. But now she needs to keep New York's bravest from being burned. As someone torches cafes around the city and firefighters begin to die in suspicious ways, Clare investigates. Will she be able to solve the crime before someone tries to extinguish her? show more.

Published by Penguin Random House in print and digital format Audiobooks produced by Blackstone & AudioGo (BBC America Audiobooks). com, where you can also download free book club discussion questions and bonus recipes, and leave a message on her Coffee Talk board. 9. Roast Mortem Can Clare Cosi keep New York’s. Bravest from getting burned?

The pseudonymous Coyle’s strong 9th coffeehouse mystery (after 2009’s Holiday Grind) pays tribute to New York City firefighters.

The pseudonymous Coyle’s strong 9th coffeehouse mystery (after 2009’s Holiday Grind) pays tribute to New York City firefighters.

Berkley Prime Crime titles by Cleo Coyle Coffeehouse Mysteries ON WHAT GROUNDS THROUGH THE GRINDER LATTE TROUBLE .

Berkley Prime Crime titles by Cleo Coyle Coffeehouse Mysteries ON WHAT GROUNDS THROUGH THE GRINDER LATTE TROUBLE MURDER MOST FROTHY DECAFFEINATED CORPSE FRENCH PRESSED.

Learn more about The Coffeehouse Mysteries by visiting Cleo Coyle’s online coffeehouse: ww. offeehouseMystery. Learn more about The Coffeehouse Mysteries by visiting Cleo Coyle’s online coffeehouse: ww. Visit Cleo’s recipe blog: CleoCoyleRecipes. SHOT IN THE DARK is a Library Journal Mystery Pick of the Month! Learn more about Cleo Coyle’s Coffeehouse Mysteries by visiting her online Coffeehouse: ww.

I have enjoyed listening to Cleo Coyle books. I particularly like the part in this book when Claire is showing the fire fighters how to make espresso.

A Coffeehouse Mystery, Book 9. By: Cleo Coyle. Narrated by: Rebecca Gibel. Series: The Coffeehouse Mysteries, Book 9. Length: 10 hrs and 14 mins. Categories: Crime & Thrillers, Modern Detective. I have enjoyed listening to Cleo Coyle books.

The national bestselling author of Roast Mortem serves readers a fresh new Coffeehouse Mystery. A divorced, single mom in her forties, Clare Cosi is a coffee shop manager by day, an irrepressible snoop by night. Includes chocolate recipes! A divorced, single mom in her forties, Clare Cosi is a coffee shop manager by day, an irrepressible snoop by night. When something is wrong, she considers it her mission in life to right it, and murder is as wrong as it gets. Can coffee enhance your love life? Clare's Village Blend coffee beans are being used to create a new java love potion: a Mocha Magic Coffee that's laced with an herbal aphrodisiac.

The New York Times bestselling author brews up another culinary mystery--and this time, it's New York's Bravest that get burned: After local firefighters pull Clare out of a blazing café, she happily comes to their rescue by teaching them the finer points of operating their newly donated espresso machine. But matters really heat up when somebody is torching cafes around the city and firefighters begin to die in suspicious ways...Believing the two events are related, Clare investigates, staking out a five-borough bake sale and sniffing out clues in the pizza ovens of Brooklyn. When her detective boyfriend, Mike Quinn, is pulled into the fire of a false accusation, Clare is desperate to put out the flames. But will she be able to come to Mike's rescue before someone tries to extinguish her?
Reviews (7)
Wild Python
When Clare Cosi, barista for the Village Blend, travels to Queens with her boss and former mother-in-law, Madame Dreyfus Allegro Dubois (known as Madame), she thinks it will be a simple evening get-together for the old friends, Madame and Enzo. In addition, Enzo's Caffe Lucia has an interesting piece that Clare is hoping to get for her shop.

What none of them could have foreseen was the blast that took out the Caffe Lucia and sealed Madame and Enzo in the basement. Clare and her friend Dante had gone upstairs, and thus escaped after the fire.

A whole series of intriguing events unfold over the rest of Roast Mortem (A Coffeehouse Mystery), beginning with another fire the same day in Queens, and one a few days later in Long Island.

Clare begins to suspect an assorted cast of characters, including Lucia, Enzo's belligerent daughter. Could she have had something to do with the arson? And what about some of the firefighters, one of whom was a former lover of Lucia's? And what does a spike device have to do with the death of one of the firefighters in the Long Island blaze?

As Clare and her associates try to find clues and follow them, they are threatened and endangered before they finally solve the case. There were many twists and turns, and while I suspected several of the more obnoxious characters, I was surprised by what eventually developed. Along the way, it was delightful to get to know the characters and enjoy the various lessons about coffee roasting and brewing. After the end of the book, there are also recipes and tips about coffee roasting, grinding, and brewing.

This book is part of a series, so I am looking forward to more adventures with these characters. Four stars.

uspeh
A series of suspicious fires have destroyed several coffeehouses throughout the city. The FDNY suspects arson, and Clare suspects that certain members of New York's Finest are hiding something. Clare's efforts to uncover the truth are complicated by the unwanted attentions of an overbearing FDNY Captain, who just happens to be related to Clare's boyfriend, Det. Mike Quinn. With the men in her life at odds and her beloved `Village Blend' at risk, Clare is definitely feeling the heat - and she's not happy about it!

This 9th installment proves that this series still has a lot of life left in it. The characters have grown and developed as the series has progressed, and their relationships have taken some interesting turns. As always with this series, New York is treated as a character in its own right, and the authors make good use of the setting. The mystery itself was quite engaging, with plenty of viable suspects and motives floating about. A good, solid "cozy" - great location, endearing characters, and coffee...what more could you ask for?

Series Brief: Clare Cosi is a 40ish single mom who manages an iconic coffeehouse in historic Greenwich Village. She lives in a to-die-for duplex apartment (courtesy of her former mother-in-law), and is dating a NYPD detective. Her ex-husband (a charming womanizer) is never completely out of the picture. In addition to whipping up a mean latte, Clare has a talent for solving mysteries.

Little (if any) strong language. Some sexual innuendo, but no explicit content. The story can be read as a standalone, but I'd strongly recommend starting with the first book: On What Grounds (Coffeehouse Mysteries, No. 1) (Coffeehouse Mystery)

Gerceytone
Cleo Coyle pays tribute to the FDNY in this latest book in her best-selling Coffee House Mystery series. Roast Mortem takes Clare Cosi from Greenwich Village to Queens and Brooklyn in search of an arsonist who is torching coffee houses, and The Village Blend could be next if she doesn't find the culprit. Clare doesn't believe the theory held by law enforcement that the arsonist is an eco-terrorist making a statement against coffee production, instead, she thinks that the culprit lives closer to home and that the fires may be a foil for something more sinister. When New York's bravest start dying, and it looks like her beloved Mike Quinn is going to take the fall for the killings, Clare digs in to find the real murderer or murderers, but not without placing her life, and that of her ex-husband Matt (Matteo) in danger. Will Clare solve the mystery before it is too late?

Coyle's Coffee House Mysteries just keep getting better, and this is one of my favorites in the series! I can't wait to read the next one. If you love Laura Childs, Sheila Connolly and Krista Davis, you will love Cleo Coyle!

Lesesshe
If this was my first Coffeehouse mystery, there wouldn't have been a second one. Clare's wildly unfounded speculations about the crimes and over-the-top emotional responses to everything give women a bad name. If you haven't read any of her other novels, start with one of the earlier ones.

Jack
Cleo Coyle has a wonderful writing style that will draw you in from the first sentence. Besides creating memorable and interesting characters that you care about, she has the wonderful ability to write a true mystery! What I mean is a mystery where you are actually kept guessing as to who the killer is! I cannot go on enough about this quality, and if you read modern mysteries you will know why, usually before the first several chapters, you have it all figured out. Where is the fun in that?

Well, that isn't a problem with this series. Plus you get a wonderful plot, well written and developed characters, recipes and information about coffee, the list goes on. Most importantly you get a good read. A book that will make you not want to put it down and be sad when it is over!

I highly recommend this book, as well as the whole "Coffee House" series. If you are a fan of great writing, you won't be disappointed.

Yramede
The plot was mixed with other issues about living in the city. A bit confusing with the art world, coffee houses and firefighters. Coyle did tie up the loose ends. Good to see that the cousins buried the hatchet.

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