Frothy Foul Play
Killer Coffee, Book #9
Welcome to the Bean Hive Coffeehouse where the coffee is as hot as the gossip!
“Fabulous fun and fantastic fried food! Kappes nails small town mystery with another must-read hit. Don’t miss this one!”
– Darynda Jones, New York Times Bestselling Author of Eighth Grave After Dark
Welcome to Honey Springs where the gossip flows as freely as the coffee. and The Bean Hive Coffee shop was usually the magnet to where it all occurred.
Honey Springs, Kentucky is abuzz with the opening of a new holistic health spa. There are all sorts of outsiders in town to visit and participate in the opening. A reviewer from a famous magazine is there, but he has the bad habit of writing scathing reviews of everywhere he visits.
Could this be trouble for the grand opening?
Add to the mix Loretta Bebe (the town socialite) wants her granddaughter, Birdie, to work for Roxy, so what if she has a bad reputation that’s a mile long?
Things get a little frothy after the famous magazine reviewer turns up dead and the weapon is found on Birdie.
Do you think Loretta is going to let anyone but Roxy Bloom use her lawyering skills to solve the murder?
You’re darn-tootin’ she aint!
Grab your coffee and hold on to your hat, this southern mystery is full of red-herrings with all sorts of snorts that’ll having you wanting to stay for bit longer at the Bean Hive! (Goodreads)
The characters are well developed and well rounded. Roxy is a hard worker and she wants her coffee shop, the Bean Hive, to succeed. She has friends and family that are very willing to help her with that goal. When someone is killed and her new employee is a person of interest, she knows she has to find the killer. Hopefully, she will succeed.
The writing style flows smoothly and the book is an easy read. The author is very talented in her descriptive writing and it took me for a ride in Honey Spring, Kentucky. If it was a real place to visit I would be going there on vacation.
The mystery was well plotted and not easily solved. There were enough clues to sift through, suspects to consider and twists and turns to navigate through. You will need to be on top of your game to solve this one.
I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a well crafted cozy mystery. You can never go wrong reading a book by this author.