Coffee is Murder by Carolyn Arnold
Sean and Sara's first case as private investigators takes them to Virginia, where they find themselves going undercover at a coffee company with a robust plot to expose a killer who may be poisoning the beans.
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Coffee is Murder (McKinley Mysteries, #9) based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
4 STARS This is book 9 of the McKinley Mysteries. It is the first one that I have read. I liked it enough to go and buy the first three books of the series. This is a novella and only 155 pages. This is the first case for the new PI firm. Sean, Sara, and Jimmy are the investigators. They are charging only expenses and the rest of the fee goes to three charities that the client chooses. Sean and Sara are married. Sean inherited billions when he was a cop unexpectedly. Sara is addictive to coffee. There new client thinks her mother was poisoned by her coffee. She drinks lots of it and belongs to coffee club. They decide to go work undercover at the coffee plant to see where the poisoned was added to the coffee beans. I liked the characters and want to see more about them. That is why I went and bought more of the mysteries and am going to read them next. I was given this ebook Coffee is Murder so that I could give a honest review and be part of it's blog tour.
Coffee is Murder is another fun, high-energy tale of the McKinleys and their brand new Private Investigation firm. This time they'll go undercover in the heart of the Tasty Beans coffee company to find out who is lacing the company's famous coffee with cyanide. The true culprit was a definite surprise, and as always I enjoyed taking the investigative journey with Sean, Sara, Jimmy, and Adam as they solve the mystery. Sprinkled with humor, romance, and plenty of suspense, Coffee is Murder makes for an entertaining and delightful read.