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Latte Trouble (Coffeehouse Mysteries, No. 3) (A Coffeehouse Mystery) [Kindle Edition]

Cleo Coyle
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Book #3 in New York Times bestselling author Cleo Coyle's Coffeehouse Mystery series...When one of her baristas unwittingly serves a poisonous latte to a prominent figure on the fashion scene, Clare Cosi must uncover some jolting secrets to save her shop.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 403 KB
  • Print Length: 256 pages
  • Publisher: Berkley; 1st edition (2 Aug 2005)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B000OZ0NV2
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #222,021 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
By Nicola F (Nic) TOP 500 REVIEWER
Format:Mass Market Paperback
The third in the highly compulsive 'Coffee House' mystery series by Cleo Coyle, and they really are just becoming even more addictive!

This book revolves around New York's Fall Fashion Week, where local designer Lottie has designed a range of 'Java Jewellery' and thus wants to have her fashion show at the Village Blend, Greenwich Village's premier coffee house which is managed by Clare Cosi. Fashion AND coffee? Sounds like a winning combination.

Certainly so... until a model is apparantly poisoned by a latte and keels over and dies right on the shop floor. The suspect? Clare's flamboyant barrista (and friend) Tucker. Uh oh...

Clare, with the aid of her former mother in law (and Blend owner) Madame, sets out to prove Tucker's innocence. The question is: will she succeed?

All the regular Blend characters are back in this novel, including Clare's sexy ex-husband Matteo, daughter Joy and the gruff detective Mike Quinn. Whilst the novel isn't too taxing in itself, it's always fun to narrow down the list of suspects and as a reader try and solve the mystery. A fantastic way to spend a couple of hours, and as ever the coffee making recipes sound scrumptious and the tips very useful!

Definitely buy this book, but not until you've read the others in the series- you need to get to know the characters and their background up until this point first. Highly recommended.
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18 of 21 people found the following review helpful
Format:Mass Market Paperback
I first heard of this book when Amazon paired one of my books, MILLENNIUM BABE: THE PROPHECY, with it. I just HAD to run out and buy it, and am I ever glad I did!
Author Cleo Coyle had a real brainstorm when she created this series. Who doesn't like their coffee served up with a good mystery, a few recipes and lots of cream and sugar ... served one cup at a time? And with the dessert being an intriguing love triangle that promises more ahead.
I haven't read the first books in this series, but I'm going to read them all while awaiting the next book.
Once I started reading Latte Trouble, I couldn't put it down. I hope you enjoy it too.
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2.0 out of 5 stars The Coffeehouse Mysteries 19 Aug 2010
By Ms
Format:Mass Market Paperback
i've given this book two stars - and would do the same to the two others i bought as a sampling of this author's work - not because i hated it but because it is as light and frothy as the foam on a latte. Nice look, reasonable flavour but no substance.

These books are the put-your-brain-in-neutral light romance novels so beloved of Mills & Boon. If you want coffee recipes they are amusing but if you want a good detective story, where you can't guess the bad guy in the first three chapters, forget it.

Initially i found the the setting of the stories interesting - i love real coffee - but main character rather spiritless as she allows her old mentor and mother-in-law to manipulate her [willingly] and her over-macho, cheating ex-husband [unwillingly but unresistingly]. i wanted to shake her saying, 'Grow a spine, woman, and kick the sponger out!' Our heroine is, of course, beautiful, slim and as docile as a well-trained dog; no wonder the men find her so irrisistible!

i donated my copies to the Library.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Latte Trouble - Murder Brewing! 28 Feb 2010
Format:Mass Market Paperback
A Coffeehouse Mystery by Cleo Coyle - Number 3 in the series - The Barista and the Fashionista. Clare Cosi and her Village Blend coffeshop have been chosen as the perfect backdrop for the launch of a coffee-inspired fashion collection by Madame's friend, Lottie. A poisonous latte served by Tucker finds him on murder charges and Claire getting involved to save her best barista and her coffeeshop. This story moves along with all the charm of Cleo Coyle's last 2 books and I really enjoyed reading this one. All the gang join in to help - ex-hubby Matteo,Daughter Joy and of course , Madame. Love interest, Mike Quinn, is there aswell. Lovely recipes at the back of the book.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Clare Cosi's in a latte trouble 3 Mar 2011
Format:Mass Market Paperback|Verified Purchase
To Clare Cosi's surprise the latest must-have fall fashion item is anything coffee themed. After Village Blend regular Lottie Harmon designs a hit range of coffee bean inspired accessories, she decides to host her Fashion Week promo party at the coffeehouse. The "Java Jewellery" quickly proves a hit, but when barista Tucker accidentally serves a poisoned latte to a guest Lottie's party takes a turn for the worst. Now with Tucker in jail, Clare is determined to prove his innocence and find out who the deadly drink was intended for.

This is the third Coffeehouse Mystery (after On What Grounds and Through the Grinder) and I must say I love this series. This time the focus is put on the fashion world, not as weird a pairing as it sounds as it focuses on a jewellery designer who designed her jewellery at the Blend. Clare's faithful barista Tucker ends up accused of murder in this book, so again Clare gets involved to clear his name.

Plot-wise the mystery is at the same level I've come to expect from these books and has lots of little twists and turns, not to mention red herrings. I did figure out a connection between a character and the mystery, although I didn't see the ending coming at all. Sadly the killer's point of view has been restricted back to a tiny prologue, and I must say I missed having little snippets throughout the book like in Through the Grinder.
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