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Also by Cleo Coyle:

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Dead Cold Brew, March 2018
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Once Upon A Grind, September 2015
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Once Upon a Grind, December 2014
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Billionaire Blend, August 2014
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Billionaire Blend, December 2013
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A Brew to a Kill, August 2013
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Holiday Buzz, December 2012
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A Brew To A Kill, August 2012
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Murder By Mocha, August 2012
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Holiday Grind, November 2011
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Roast Mortem, August 2011
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Murder By Mocha, August 2011
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Holiday Grind, November 2010
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Roast Mortem, August 2010
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Holiday Grind, November 2009
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Espresso Shot, October 2009
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Espresso Shot, October 2008
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French Pressed, April 2008
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Decaffeinated Corpse, July 2007
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Murder Most Frothy, August 2006
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Latte Trouble, August 2005
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Through The Grinder, October 2004
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On What Grounds, September 2003
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Once Upon A Grind
Cleo Coyle

Coffeehouse #14
Berkley Prime Crime
September 2015
On Sale: September 1, 2015
500 pages
ISBN: 0425270866
EAN: 9780425270868
Kindle: B00INIXU9Y
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Hardcover (December 2014)

Mystery

Fresh Pick - Fresh Fiction
Top Pick - RT Book Reviews
A Best Books of the Year Pick - Kings River Life Magazine

From the New York Times bestselling author of Billionaire Blend comes an enchanting new entry in the "satisfyingly rich" Coffeehouse Mystery series.

Includes wicked good recipes.

When coffeehouse manager turned amateur sleuth Clare Cosi serves "magic" beans for a Fairy Tale Fall event, she brews up a vision that leads to a sleeping beauty in Central Park; a big, bad wolf of Wall Street; and an East Side enclave with storybook secrets...


Fairy tale fever has descended on New York City. Broadway fans are flocking to Red Riding Hood: The Musical; museums are exhibiting art inspired by the Brothers Grimm; and Clare Cosi and her merry band of baristas give their coffee truck a "Jack and the Beanstalk" makeover for a Central Park festival. Clare's coffee hunter ex-husband contributes a bag of African beans with alleged magical properties. His octogenarian mother entertains customers with readings of the grinds, but Clare remains skeptical--until she receives a vision that helps her find a young model's body in the park's woods.

The police dismiss "sleeping beauty" as the victim of a drug overdose. Then Clare uncovers evidence that points to a list of suspects--from a New York Giant to quite a few wicked witches--and a cold case murder that reaches back to the Cold War. Now Clare is really in the woods with a dangerous predator on her heels and an investigation that leads from a secret Prince Charming Club right back to her own NYPD detective boyfriend. If she doesn't solve this mystery, those magic beans predict an unhappy ending.

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