As of right now, I have 3 books on the go.
- Holiday Grind by Cleo Coyle: As the holiday season comes to an open, I decided to re-read one of the Christmas books in one of my favourite series’.
- The Invisible Library by Genevieve Cogman: This book intrigues me and even though I’m only a little bit into it, it’s interesting so far.
- The Bookshop on the Corner by Jenny Colgan: As a fan of Jenny Colgan’s books as a whole, I’m so far enjoying her news book.
Year of Release: 2003
Genre: Cozy Mystery
Number of Pages: 275
To start, I need to make a disclaimer: I am a tea drinker. That big confession being off my chest, I have to say that after reading this book, I may convert to drinking coffee.
Set at an independent and well-loved coffee shop called the Village Blend in New York’s hip Greenwich Village, you will immediately be drawn into the world of protagonist Clare Cosi. The divorcee mother of a college-aged daughter is not hard to root for, especially when she finds her Village Blend assistant manager at the bottom of the shop’s stairs.
Let Ms. Coyle take you on a caffeine-filled adventure overflowing with fascinating characters and coffee so vividly described that you can almost smell the aroma in each of the 275 pages.
The first book in the Coffeehouse Mystery series, I cannot wait to delve into the rest of the books and attempt to solve the mysteries. Perhaps with a nice Café Americano beside me.
Rating: 5/5 shots of espresso