Review; Death by Café Mocha (Bookstore Cafe Mystery #7) by Alex Erickson

Last year I was fortunate enough to recieve an ARC of the cosy mystery Death by Café Mocha (Bookstore Cafe Mystery #7) by Alex Erickson through Netgalley. I read it shortly afterwards and today I'll post my review.

Description from Goodreads
Krissy Hancock and her pals are taking a coffee break--leaving their bookstore-café in Pine Hills, Ohio, and heading to a convention. But this road trip will be more dangerous than they expected ...

Coffee lovers are gathering from far and wide at the hotel, and Krissy, Rita, and Vicki are excited. But some of the attendees may need to switch to decaf, as a public argument breaks out soon after they check in and then a flavor competition leads to bitter feelings.

When the winner of the contest is beaned with a carafe full of café mocha, suspicions swirl--along with accusations of bribery. Was the dead man offering perks to the judges--or was something sinister going on in his personal life? This case is going to keep Krissy up all night long ...

My Thoughts on the Book
This was a fun cosy mystery. It had a few twists and turns and red herrings. I liked several of the characters and an added bonus was the focus on coffee.


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