A Brew to a Kill: A Sloan Krause Mystery (Book 6.5)

A Brew to a Kill: A Sloan Krause Mystery (Book 6.5)

by Ellie Alexander
A Brew to a Kill: A Sloan Krause Mystery (Book 6.5)

A Brew to a Kill: A Sloan Krause Mystery (Book 6.5)

by Ellie Alexander

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Overview

Amateur sleuth and brewer Sloan Krause returns in A Brew to a Kill, a new cozy mystery novella from author Ellie Alexander. Includes recipes!


It's the opening weekend of the spring farmers market in the charming Bavarian village of Leavenworth, Washington, where the hills are alive with the sound of...murder. Sloan Krause and Garrett Strong are eager to showcase their latest offering—canned hoppy Northwest ales. They're even more enthusiastic when Josh, a young travel influencer known for scaling peaks and downing pints, offers to feature Nitro's new cans at the top of the latest mountain he's set to climb. Josh's A Brew to a View has millions of followers and should mean great exposure for Nitro.


But when Josh is found stone-cold dead at the local youth hostel, leaving a trail of breadcrumbs and brews behind, Sloan and Garrett will have to tap into their sleuthing skills to solve a crime that has left the picturesque village in a state of shock. Could the killer be a jealous rival travel influencer, an enigmatic hiker who has been seen around town, or perhaps someone closer to home? Can Sloan piece together this intoxicating puzzle before it's too late? Because if she can't crack open the truth, she might just find herself crushed under the weight of a sinister beer can conspiracy.


Product Details

BN ID: 2940160834344
Publisher: Sweet Lemon Press LLC
Publication date: 06/06/2023
Series: Sloan Krause Series
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Sales rank: 20,238
File size: 569 KB

About the Author

Ellie Alexander is a voracious storyteller and a lover of words and all things bookish. She believes that stories have the ability to transport and transform us. With over thirty published books and counting, her goal is to tell stories that provide points of connection, escape, and understanding.
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