Amy Booksy: "I had a hard time putting the book down. Ruby’s investigations lead her to some danger that often left me on the edge of my seat."
Review from The Plain Spoken Pen: "You would think that, after nineteen books, a series might start to lag a little. Not so with Cleo Coyle’s Coffeehouse Mysteries! If you’ll pardon the coffee-related pun, they’re good to the last drop…er, page."
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Rockin' Book Reviews: "When I began this mystery/crime drama, I was certain it was a quite "lame" story because, within the first few chapters, I knew who the "culprit" was... Or so I thought! The more I read the more unsure I became."
Amy Booksy: "I highly recommend it for readers who enjoy reading historical fiction with a touch of mystery and seeing their favorite real historical figures come to life."
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