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When an old friend of her ex-husband develops the world's first botanically decaffeinated coffee bean and smuggles it into the country, Clare Cosi, manager of Village Blend, believes it's a business opportunity she needs to investigate...at least until the first dead body shows up. When an old friend of her ex-husband develops the world's first botanically decaffeinated coffee bean and smuggles it into the country, Clare Cosi, manager of Village Blend, believes it's a business opportunity she needs to investigate...at least until the first dead body shows up.


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When an old friend of her ex-husband develops the world's first botanically decaffeinated coffee bean and smuggles it into the country, Clare Cosi, manager of Village Blend, believes it's a business opportunity she needs to investigate...at least until the first dead body shows up. When an old friend of her ex-husband develops the world's first botanically decaffeinated coffee bean and smuggles it into the country, Clare Cosi, manager of Village Blend, believes it's a business opportunity she needs to investigate...at least until the first dead body shows up.

30 review for Decaffeinated Corpse

  1. 5 out of 5

    Juli

    This cozy mystery series centered around a much loved NYC coffee shop has been one of my favorites for years! In fact, the first book in this series was one of the first cozy mysteries I ever read. I have read many more since then by so many different authors...but I always return to this series! As part of my ongoing quest to revisit favorite books and ones that have been languising on my TBR for years, I'm re-reading this series. Loving it! Decaffeinated Corpse is the 5th book in the Coffeehou This cozy mystery series centered around a much loved NYC coffee shop has been one of my favorites for years! In fact, the first book in this series was one of the first cozy mysteries I ever read. I have read many more since then by so many different authors...but I always return to this series! As part of my ongoing quest to revisit favorite books and ones that have been languising on my TBR for years, I'm re-reading this series. Loving it! Decaffeinated Corpse is the 5th book in the Coffeehouse Mystery series. An old friend of Coffeehouse Manager Clare Cozi's ex-husband has discovered a naturally decaffeinated coffee bean. What seems to be a wonderful opportunity for Village Blend turns into a nightmare as dead bodies start stacking up. When someone close to Clare seems to be the number one suspect, she's on the case to find a killer. I had to laugh at the references to decaf espresso as a "Why bother?'' Ha ha! :) Made me smile every time. I listened to the audio book version of this story. The audio, narrated by Rebecca Gibel, is just under 7.5 hours long. Gibel reads at a nice pace and gives a great acting performance as usual. The mystery progressed at a nice pace and there was a good bit of character development. Clare's almost-relationship could move just a bit faster. Each time I think they are finally going to figure it out....they don't. Not that I was surprised....I've read these books before, even though it's been several years. I still found myself thinking "Oh will you just kiss her already and figure your S out, for God's sake!'' :) But....despite the slowwwwwwww road to "taking it slow,'' I still loved the story! There are 17 books in this series, with a new one (Brewed Awakening) coming out in December 2019!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Ronna

    Everything you every wanted to know about decaffeinated coffee told in a most exciting way, plus more and more information about New York, makes up this fifth Village Blend Coffee House cozy mystery. Sometimes lots of extraneous information overwhelms, but these mysteries seem to blossom with every piece of information. In this mystery, the development of a coffee plant that actually produces coffee beans with less caffeine than processed decaffeinated regular beans, becomes a boon that brings o Everything you every wanted to know about decaffeinated coffee told in a most exciting way, plus more and more information about New York, makes up this fifth Village Blend Coffee House cozy mystery. Sometimes lots of extraneous information overwhelms, but these mysteries seem to blossom with every piece of information. In this mystery, the development of a coffee plant that actually produces coffee beans with less caffeine than processed decaffeinated regular beans, becomes a boon that brings out the money developers, and those who will kill for this product. Clare and her octogenarian mother-in-law parole the streets of New York while seeking stalkers and murderers. Clare and her co-coffee shop owner and ex husband remain friends and loving parents to their 20 something daughter. Everyone is developing other love lives of their own, which cause intriguing conflicts and problems within this book. I loved the car chase scenes, even the left turn on red that nearly put a couple of them in jail. If you're a coffee lover, New York lover, cozy lover, or just a plain book lover, you will definitely enjoy this decaffeinated joy ride of a mystery!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Jammin Jenny

    I liked this installment in the Coffeehouse Mystery series, but I think I did it injustice. The only other installment I read was #1 in the series, and this is #5. I think I missed a bunch of action in books #2-#4 which made #5 not as much fun for me. I still like all the main characters, and Madame is hilarious, but I didn't like it as much as book #1. I think I'll go back and read books 2-4 to catch up on some things. I liked this installment in the Coffeehouse Mystery series, but I think I did it injustice. The only other installment I read was #1 in the series, and this is #5. I think I missed a bunch of action in books #2-#4 which made #5 not as much fun for me. I still like all the main characters, and Madame is hilarious, but I didn't like it as much as book #1. I think I'll go back and read books 2-4 to catch up on some things.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Book Concierge

    Digital audio read by Rebecca Gibel. Book five in the Coffeehouse Mystery series, featuring Clare Cosi, the co-owner / manager of a Greenwich Village coffee shop, and an amateur sleuth. This time the plot focuses on a new discovery in the realm of decaffeinated coffee – a plant that is naturally decaffeinated. Of course, try as she might to steer clear of trouble, Clare finds that she cannot help but investigate on her own. With the help of Madame (her mother-in-law), and Matteo (her ex-husband) Digital audio read by Rebecca Gibel. Book five in the Coffeehouse Mystery series, featuring Clare Cosi, the co-owner / manager of a Greenwich Village coffee shop, and an amateur sleuth. This time the plot focuses on a new discovery in the realm of decaffeinated coffee – a plant that is naturally decaffeinated. Of course, try as she might to steer clear of trouble, Clare finds that she cannot help but investigate on her own. With the help of Madame (her mother-in-law), and Matteo (her ex-husband), along with the baristas at The Village Blend, Clare is bound to get to the bottom of the mystery. Of course, there is the added tension with her daughter Joy, and with local detective Mike to further complicate the plot. I really like this series. I read this one out of order because it arrived before book 4 from the library; but I recommend reading the series in order to keep the relationships straight. I enjoy learning more about the coffee business, though Coyle can be a little too detailed at times. Still, it’s a fast, enjoyable read and satisfies my yearning for a comforting cozy mystery. Rebecca Gibel does a fine job narrating the audiobook. She sets a good pace and has sufficient skill to give each character a unique voice.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Fallon

    4 stars! I always love listening to this coffeehouse mystery series for a lighthearted and fun read! It always brings a smile to my face and I really love the main characters and the setting of the coffeehouse in New York. I LOVE my coffee so any series centered around a coffeehouse is a winner for me but there is something about this cast of characters that is so amazing! The narrator for this book Rebecca Gibel does such a fantastic job at all of the different voices. I highly recommend this c 4 stars! I always love listening to this coffeehouse mystery series for a lighthearted and fun read! It always brings a smile to my face and I really love the main characters and the setting of the coffeehouse in New York. I LOVE my coffee so any series centered around a coffeehouse is a winner for me but there is something about this cast of characters that is so amazing! The narrator for this book Rebecca Gibel does such a fantastic job at all of the different voices. I highly recommend this cozy series!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Ell

    I have about a dozen favorite cozy mystery authors and Cleo Coyle is one of them. I love how the writing flows. I enjoy the very real cast of characters. I like the scrumptious descriptions of coffee and the settings that come to life. I enjoy carving out 20 minutes a day in my reading nook with a nice cup of tea or Swiss Water Processed Decaf coffee and a captivating and relaxing read by Cleo Coyle. Having said all that, I will say that this one dragged a bit for the first quarter of the book. I have about a dozen favorite cozy mystery authors and Cleo Coyle is one of them. I love how the writing flows. I enjoy the very real cast of characters. I like the scrumptious descriptions of coffee and the settings that come to life. I enjoy carving out 20 minutes a day in my reading nook with a nice cup of tea or Swiss Water Processed Decaf coffee and a captivating and relaxing read by Cleo Coyle. Having said all that, I will say that this one dragged a bit for the first quarter of the book. It took me a while to get into it. I wanted more suspense and less coffee talk. Eventually, the book got back around to an engaging mystery and I became hooked. I thought the premise was clever. The world's first botanically decaffeinated coffee bean is being unveiled at the International Federation of Coffee Growers meeting in New York by one of Matt’s long-time pals. Mugging, mayhem, and murder ensue. I would give it 3.5 stars, but since I can’t, I’ll round up to 4.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Sara

    This is one of the best in the Village Blend series--murder, coffee, and sleuthing...fabulous! Clare can't resist snooping and detecting when her ex husband becomes a person of interest in a murder case. And, for the reader and for Claire--this book contains more of Detective Mike Quinn, a definite plus. This is one of the best in the Village Blend series--murder, coffee, and sleuthing...fabulous! Clare can't resist snooping and detecting when her ex husband becomes a person of interest in a murder case. And, for the reader and for Claire--this book contains more of Detective Mike Quinn, a definite plus.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Karin

    Botanical pedants be warned. Yes, there is murder back in town and once again Cleo Coyle is investigating. You can read the blurb for more about this. However, be prepared for some misinformation. I tend to get a bit glassy eyed at the long descriptions of coffee beans and blends since I don't drink coffee, but I have assumed that Coyle has done her research, and she has, but I am no longer sure how accurate this information is. Lo and behold, as I was whipping through a section on the coffee shr Botanical pedants be warned. Yes, there is murder back in town and once again Cleo Coyle is investigating. You can read the blurb for more about this. However, be prepared for some misinformation. I tend to get a bit glassy eyed at the long descriptions of coffee beans and blends since I don't drink coffee, but I have assumed that Coyle has done her research, and she has, but I am no longer sure how accurate this information is. Lo and behold, as I was whipping through a section on the coffee shrub (not a tree and this is correct) I came across 1. a misspelling and 2. wrong information on very, very basic botanical information that you learn at the very lowest level in university biology and, I think it is also included in high school biology. Granted, this is not an every day term (hey, Pete, did you see that dicotyledon over there?). But of course, you wouldn't. You'd refer to it as a dicot for short, but even then that would be silly and you'll see that shortly in the next paragraphy after I point out one other thing first. First of all, there was a g inserted--when I did a search online and could only find the real spelling I did a minus sign in front of it to see if this is an obscure word but the one thing that showed up was this book. So, fine, one type, big deal. But wait, there's more. She then gives a wrong definition about what it means--I'll let you read it to find out. What she doesn't tell you is that it is very common--all it means is that the little seed sprouts with two leaves (no need for the technical term those are called). The other kind with only one seed leaf are Monocotyledons. I have no idea which is more common, but in my yard all of the monocots are grasses and everything I plant that isn't grass is a dicot, including the weeds. I studied animal biology so am not an expert in botany. How do you pronounce this word? That all depends on which country you attended university. My husband and I laughed like crazy at the silly way the other one said it--I studied biology in a Canadian university and he studied forestry at an American one--both respected schools with erudite professors. This led me to research another premise. In this book some man has developed the first caffeine free coffee plant (correctly called a shrub in the book, so Coyle didn't get it all wrong), but IRL there really are a few caffeine free varieties of coffee shrubs that occure naturally, but evidently not enough to avoid taking caffeine laden beans and treating them to get rid of the caffeine. Yes, I gave it 3 stars despite this shocking discovery (will I ever be the same again ;)? ), because had I not known this, I'd have liked this installment at a full three stars. After all, I read scifi and there is plenty of imagination thrown into much of those books, and TV is rife with less-than-factual facts to make riveting or funny shows.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Leah

    This one involves a naturally decaffeinated coffee plant and murder. I liked the coffee parts the best, which was true for the previous books too. The crimes and mystery were interesting, but I preferred reading about the different relationships. The characters are typically more interesting.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Linda

    Really enjoyable read and I didn’t even notice how long it took to get to the murder. I really like the characters in this series. Looking forward to more Village Blend adventures.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Janece

    Enjoyed this book as much as I do any of them. Traditional cozy mystery in a modern coffee shop setting. Hunky guys, smart female lead, interesting cast of characters and worthwhile mysteries. Cool coffee recipes at the end. Some are FABulous, others not to my taste. Too much school prep going on right now, I found myself a little bored while reading this one. I don't think it was the book (or writer's!) fault, I think that I have too much on my mind and couldn't give it the attention it deserve Enjoyed this book as much as I do any of them. Traditional cozy mystery in a modern coffee shop setting. Hunky guys, smart female lead, interesting cast of characters and worthwhile mysteries. Cool coffee recipes at the end. Some are FABulous, others not to my taste. Too much school prep going on right now, I found myself a little bored while reading this one. I don't think it was the book (or writer's!) fault, I think that I have too much on my mind and couldn't give it the attention it deserved. Maybe I am also getting a little done with Matteo's "possible" womanizing. Either get back with him or kick him to the curb, honey! =)

  12. 4 out of 5

    Anne Bradley

    The mystery is fine and the supporting characters have their charm, but the heroine is officially insufferable. I think I am about done with this series.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Ashley

    Clare was a little annoying in this one. And so was Joy.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Elena Granger

    For now this is one of my favourite cozy mystery series. Indeed so cozy and tasty! The coffee theme is perfect and I actually leaned some things about coffee (there are real plants with small amount of caffeine and nice taste, seems like a great alternative for people like me who love coffee but feel too anxious drinking it). The other interesting thing is the writing style. Sometimes in cozy mysteries it's even annoying and far from good but here it's great and very easy to follow and taste. And For now this is one of my favourite cozy mystery series. Indeed so cozy and tasty! The coffee theme is perfect and I actually leaned some things about coffee (there are real plants with small amount of caffeine and nice taste, seems like a great alternative for people like me who love coffee but feel too anxious drinking it). The other interesting thing is the writing style. Sometimes in cozy mysteries it's even annoying and far from good but here it's great and very easy to follow and taste. And my favourite thing is the relations between the main character and her ex-mother-in-law, very warn and so funny. Don't read if you've already drank your cup of coffee, the book will definitely make you crave for more! :D

  15. 5 out of 5

    Mary Ann

    Claire and her husband are going to be among the first to use a new coffee bean...a decaffeinated coffee bean, grown that way. So that it tastes better. But when Rick is attacked outside the cafe and then Claire is attacked, she wants answers. Then when an old friend is found dead in a room her husband lets, so that they can hide Rick, she really feels that she has to get involved and find out answers. The story was interesting and is an earlier part of the series. It is good that the books can Claire and her husband are going to be among the first to use a new coffee bean...a decaffeinated coffee bean, grown that way. So that it tastes better. But when Rick is attacked outside the cafe and then Claire is attacked, she wants answers. Then when an old friend is found dead in a room her husband lets, so that they can hide Rick, she really feels that she has to get involved and find out answers. The story was interesting and is an earlier part of the series. It is good that the books can be read out of order.

  16. 4 out of 5

    ☆☆Hannah☆☆

    This definitely was one of my least liked books so far in the series. Matt's friend shows up and with him he has a new plant. This is something that will make him rich. Things start to happen and of course Clare is out figure out what is happening. These books would be better if Joy wasn't in them. I really can't stand her and I think she is a terrible daughter. However, I do enjoy the mystery and like always I don't seem to know who did it. This definitely was one of my least liked books so far in the series. Matt's friend shows up and with him he has a new plant. This is something that will make him rich. Things start to happen and of course Clare is out figure out what is happening. These books would be better if Joy wasn't in them. I really can't stand her and I think she is a terrible daughter. However, I do enjoy the mystery and like always I don't seem to know who did it.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Lena H.

    Good but not really a mystery. There was intrigue and suspense, but it wasn't your typical cozy mystery. The first body doesn't show up until 3/4 of the way through the book and no investigation was really done into that death or the next, all the investigation being done on an attack that the victim didn't believe was anything to be worried about. Good but not really a mystery. There was intrigue and suspense, but it wasn't your typical cozy mystery. The first body doesn't show up until 3/4 of the way through the book and no investigation was really done into that death or the next, all the investigation being done on an attack that the victim didn't believe was anything to be worried about.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Toni (T.C.) LoTempio

    best so far but i still have a lot to go LOL. Maybe a tad too much on the coffee facts but the character development and mystery plotting are top notch. Can I be Cleo Coyle when i grow up?

  19. 5 out of 5

    Anita Reads

    [2.5 stars]

  20. 4 out of 5

    LeeAnne

    I read a few of these a several years ago and now I remember why I stopped reading them. The sections about coffee read like encyclopedia entries. Not horrible but not great. Meh. Fast read.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Adriana

    Fun easy books

  22. 5 out of 5

    Sandie Herron

    Part owner and manager of New York’s The Village Blend coffee house in Greenwich Village, Clare Cosi has called a special meeting of her best baristas. Her ex-husband Matt Allegro and his friend Rick have a new coffee they want them to taste. When she tells them that demand for decaffeinated coffee has risen to 20 percent of their customers, they can’t believe so many want the “neutered” blend. After all, there are only a couple ways to decaffeinate coffee, and they both strip away some of the e Part owner and manager of New York’s The Village Blend coffee house in Greenwich Village, Clare Cosi has called a special meeting of her best baristas. Her ex-husband Matt Allegro and his friend Rick have a new coffee they want them to taste. When she tells them that demand for decaffeinated coffee has risen to 20 percent of their customers, they can’t believe so many want the “neutered” blend. After all, there are only a couple ways to decaffeinate coffee, and they both strip away some of the essence of the bean, leaving it flat. Now Rick is making the Village Blend the exclusive distributor of his new naturally decaffeinated coffee. His coffee hybrids grow decaffeinated beans, so no further processing is required, leaving the flavor fully intact. This premier group of baristas and Clare can’t believe it when they actually taste how good the coffee really is. Clare puts clues together to determine that Rick has smuggled a cutting from his hybrid coffee plant into the US from Brazil to make it available for inspection during a press conference announcing the bean’s existence and celebrating its distribution exclusively through The Village Blend and its free standing kiosks worldwide. When the time for the reception is upon them, Matt spends the night with his ear attached to his cell phone, which worries Clare; what is Matt paying such close attention to while his buddy Rick is picking fights with a foreign diplomat in town for a special meeting of the United Nations? Clare steps outside the building to talk to Matt when a body falls from their reception 20 stories up and lands right in front of her. Things have gotten much worse. It wouldn’t be a coffee house mystery unless Madame duBois is involved at some point. Matt’s octogenarian mother is the owner of The Village Blend. She is quite lively and will do almost anything to protect The Blend, often with hilarity following. In this book, Madame gets the three of them – Madame, Matt, and Clare – into a diplomat’s smash Halloween Party with terrific costumes. Circumstances are not intentionally funny but turn out that way. Matt and Rick and a third man all have the same costume! More clues are uncovered under all those masks. The inevitable coffee “lesson” was much better suited for the novel in this fourth book in the series. Cleo Coyle gives information and a sort of history lesson about coffee along with the mystery, but it is all pertinent and interesting, too. These mini-lessons are some of the funniest points of the books as well, since she often makes the coffee making process quite sensual and full of double entendres. Narrator Rebecca Gibel had quite a character list for DECAFFEINATED CORPSE. We had New York accents for Clare, Matt, and their daughter Joy as well as octogenarian Madame, a few foreign diplomats, a pawnbroker, a Caribbean born man, and so on. All the voices were distinct. Stars go to Rebecca Gibel for her hard work. Even though I found this entry in the Coffeehouse mystery series a tiny bit bland and predictable, I still enjoyed it very much. This is a great mystery for coffee lovers and drinkers, decaf or leaded!

  23. 5 out of 5

    KyBunnies

    I really enjoyed this book. It was a very fast read. Wish the author had made the story a little longer. I have really connected with Clare. A female in her early to mid 40's, divorced, and looking for someone to enjoy life with. I do feel she is going a little overboard in trying to control her daughter, Joy. No mother wants to see their child hurt, however every parent needs to allow their child to spread their wings, to grow, to make mistakes and learn from them. Clare is doing everything in h I really enjoyed this book. It was a very fast read. Wish the author had made the story a little longer. I have really connected with Clare. A female in her early to mid 40's, divorced, and looking for someone to enjoy life with. I do feel she is going a little overboard in trying to control her daughter, Joy. No mother wants to see their child hurt, however every parent needs to allow their child to spread their wings, to grow, to make mistakes and learn from them. Clare is doing everything in her power to stop her daughter from experiencing this. I like Matteo and I also hate him. He is a womanizer. He sees women as nothing more useful than someone to ease his sexual urges. He is out for himself and no one else. Madame reminds me of a dear friend who was a librarian. Someone very elegant and graceful, friendly and knows about life, experienced life but keeps moving no matter what. This book is part of my BookBunny reading Challenge.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Tiffany

    These books are terrible. Poorly plotted, bad dialogue, overbearing and clumsy in describing both coffee culture and NYC. I had read one a while ago and thought it was terrible but it was free so who cares. I had this second one (also free) on my e-reader when I got stuck on a long distance bus through rural Morocco and finished my other two books. It was as bad as the last one. Free+stuck somewhere without anything else to read is the only combination of circumstances that would lead me to reco These books are terrible. Poorly plotted, bad dialogue, overbearing and clumsy in describing both coffee culture and NYC. I had read one a while ago and thought it was terrible but it was free so who cares. I had this second one (also free) on my e-reader when I got stuck on a long distance bus through rural Morocco and finished my other two books. It was as bad as the last one. Free+stuck somewhere without anything else to read is the only combination of circumstances that would lead me to recommend this series.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Kathy

    The fifth of the series, it was a pretty good mystery. A friend of Matt and Clare's has found a coffee plant that will produce naturally decaffeinated beans. He wants to bring in the Village Blend to help sell them. Too bad other people want the plant for themselves. Several murders occur, as usual Clare has to investigate. The fifth of the series, it was a pretty good mystery. A friend of Matt and Clare's has found a coffee plant that will produce naturally decaffeinated beans. He wants to bring in the Village Blend to help sell them. Too bad other people want the plant for themselves. Several murders occur, as usual Clare has to investigate.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Cindi Leiter

    Another coffee house mystery that was full of twists and turns. I enjoy these books because they give me a break from reality without being complete fluff. I work to solve the mystery with the main character throughout the book so I am able to relax. The authors extra bits of information ranges from geography to coffee and is not too much.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Karen

    I absolutely love this series and this installment didn't disappoint. A great mystery and good information about my favorite beverage the science and business behind the coffee bean and the different regions where they are grown. I absolutely love this series and this installment didn't disappoint. A great mystery and good information about my favorite beverage the science and business behind the coffee bean and the different regions where they are grown.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Tomi

    Too much about coffee and not enough mystery...

  29. 4 out of 5

    April

    Now I remember why I stopped reading this series... the best I can say about it is that... it’s short.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Julie Howard

    I want to say I enjoyed this book and I did, sort of, when it finally got going, which unfortunately wasn't until nearly the end. I know the murder was supposed to be because of the coffee but there was just to much background information on the subject that it kind of lost the mystery. The story started well with a mugging and I thought we were off to a good start. Then it got bogged down with history of the characters, which I understand because you have to give motives for what it going to ha I want to say I enjoyed this book and I did, sort of, when it finally got going, which unfortunately wasn't until nearly the end. I know the murder was supposed to be because of the coffee but there was just to much background information on the subject that it kind of lost the mystery. The story started well with a mugging and I thought we were off to a good start. Then it got bogged down with history of the characters, which I understand because you have to give motives for what it going to happen but it went into too much detail about coffee, the process it goes through and the different blends, it picked up towards the end when the bodies started to drop and the real investigation got under way. I liked the characters, especially when Clare had her elderly sidekicks help. I would visit this series again because I liked the characters but it probably won't be for a while. When a man gets mugged in the alleyway behind her coffee shops Clare is surprised to find out it is her ex husband's old college friend. He is planning to do business with her and her ex husband by having them have the exclusive rights to sell his coffee. A coffee that naturally is caffeine free, something which is gaining popularity. He doesn't want to call the police but won't tell her why. So Clare afraid it was more an attempted murder than a mugging and with the victim looking very much like her ex husband, she starts to investigate why he would get attacked but have nothing stolen. Could it be over the existence of the coffee plant? Finding out gets her back in touch with old friends that have there own secrets to keep. Then a body is found and the police want to talk to her ex husband. The party showing off the new bean is interrupted with another dead body and Clare 's ex husband is once again wanted for questioning after having a very public fight with the man. It seems Clare's investigating is no longer about finding out what is going on but proving her ex husband innocent, I liked the narrator, she does some good voices for the characters.

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