fayetteville, GA, United States | Member Since 2004
I would recommend this book to anyone liking mysteries. The murderer isn't obvious. There are plenty of side stories to keep you engaged.
Maggy and Sara. Maggy is funny and so is Sara. They both have a rye sense of humor and Sara is snarky. Frank the dog.
This was my first book.
There were plenty of laughs throughout.
I like mysteries and coffee references.
Fast pace, good food, interesting
I like Olivia, even though she does do some stupid things. Peter Sargent is a love to hate character as is Loral Ann
I think she is great. All her characters are believable. She is really good and the men and women all sound different.
My reaction was: how could you do that? I love food related mysteries but I don't like it when the author has the main character do obvious dumb moves.
It ranks very high, love all the coffee info. My husband and I are coffee snobs,so we have learned a lot from Claire
All the books by Diane Mott Davidson-her character is a caterer and she gives recipes and talks a lot about food and she also drinks an espresso to help her think, wake up and concentrate.
When Claire makes the first espresso/latte and explains all that goes into the making, especially the amount of time for the grinding of beans, the time for the heating of the water, etc.
Everything you ever wanted to know about coffee and more...
My husband and I are glued to my MP3 at the dinner table listening to several chapters during dinner. We stop and discuss something that a character says or analyze where we think the story is going. We have found a new author to add to our collection of books we listen to on road trips as well.
Third book in this series and I like author very much. Liked reader Melissa Hughes better. Connie Crawford doesn't have enough difference in her characters, can't tell who's talking.
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