Roast Mortem

Beloved cozy mystery writer Cleo Coyle, whose Village Blend website has gained a cult following from among coffee addicts and the occasional java drinker, has released the 9th installment of the sinfully irresistible Coffee House Mystery, Roast Mortem.

Roast Mortem by Cleo Coyle

The national bestselling author brews up another 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?

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You can also read the author’s interview about the inspiration behind Roast Mortem here.

To find out more about the Coffee House Mystery series, visit the author’s website: www.coffeehousemystery.com. Cleo Coyle is Alice Alfonsi’s pen name as she co-writes this series with her husband, Marc Cerasini.

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