By Cleo Coyle
When coffeehouse supervisor became beginner sleuth Clare Cosi roasts "magic" beans for Fairy story Week, she brews up a imaginative and prescient that results in a drowsing good looks in important Park; a tremendous, undesirable wolf of Wall highway; and an East facet enclave with storybook secrets...
Fairy story fever has descended on ny urban. Broadway lovers are flocking to Red using Hood: The Musical; museums are displaying artwork encouraged by means of the Brothers Grimm; and Clare Cosi supplies her espresso truck a "Jack and the Beanstalk" makeover for a crucial Park festival.
Clare's espresso hunter ex-husband contributes a bag of African beans with alleged magical homes. His octogenarian mom entertains shoppers with readings of the grinds, yet Clare continues to be skeptical—until she gets a imaginative and prescient that is helping her discover a younger model's physique within the park's woods.
The police push aside "sleeping beauty" because the sufferer of a drug overdose. Then Clare uncovers proof that issues to a roster of suspects, from a wolf of Wall highway to a brand new York titanic and a depraved witch of the West Side.
Now Clare is actually within the woods—with a deadly predator on her heels and an research that leads from a mystery Prince captivating membership correct again to her personal NYPD detective boyfriend. If she doesn't remedy this secret, these magic beans expect an unsatisfied finishing.
Includes depraved sturdy recipes!
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Living with her broken husband and navigating the complex feelings of her children, she had had plenty of practice. And then there was the gin … “I’ve seen her crash before, when the trial was over,” he said to Sharon later that evening. He had waited until she had a rare moment of peace, nursing their daughter who had fallen 51 asleep at her breast on the living room sofa. He had lit a fire and placed a cup of herbal tea at her elbow. Modo, their hundred-pound rescued mutt, was in her favourite spot, stretched beneath Sharon’s feet.
In the ten months since their wedding, she had become much better at reading him. Just because he stammered and became all flustered under stress, it didn’t mean he was a pushover. In his own quiet way, Bob could be as immovable as a tank. A trait she would have to learn to manage. But not now. Not with the outraged homeowner about to erupt. Marilyn Carmichael softened as they retreated toward their car. “I’m sorry. It’s a bad time at the moment. The place is a mess. ” She pressed her hand to her mouth as if she were struggling for control.
He gave her another look. The time-for-a-sock-in-it-Sue look. In the ten months since their wedding, she had become much better at reading him. Just because he stammered and became all flustered under stress, it didn’t mean he was a pushover. In his own quiet way, Bob could be as immovable as a tank. A trait she would have to learn to manage. But not now. Not with the outraged homeowner about to erupt. Marilyn Carmichael softened as they retreated toward their car. “I’m sorry. It’s a bad time at the moment.
Once Upon a Grind (Coffeehouse Mystery, Book 14) by Cleo Coyle