Death by Vanilla Latte

Death by Vanilla Latte Ever since caf owner Krissy Hancock settled into a relationship and mostly forgot about old flames life has become surprisingly serene Too bad her father famed mystery writer James Hancock had to p

  • Title: Death by Vanilla Latte
  • Author: Alex Erickson
  • ISBN: 9781496708854
  • Page: 389
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Ever since caf owner Krissy Hancock settled into a relationship and mostly forgot about old flames, life has become surprisingly serene Too bad her father, famed mystery writer James Hancock, had to pay an unexpected visit to Death by Coffee and brew up a batch of troubleWhile caught off guard by her dad s presence, Krissy never dreamed he d become the biggest murderEver since caf owner Krissy Hancock settled into a relationship and mostly forgot about old flames, life has become surprisingly serene Too bad her father, famed mystery writer James Hancock, had to pay an unexpected visit to Death by Coffee and brew up a batch of troubleWhile caught off guard by her dad s presence, Krissy never dreamed he d become the biggest murder suspect in town But that s exactly what happens when James s boorish agent a man he allegedly fired just hours earlier is found cold and lifeless, a still warm vanilla latte resting by his handWith Pine Hills divided over her father s innocence and a fanatical fan keen on locking the author away for safe keeping, Krissy must end the madness and identify the real criminal even if that means meeting an ex or two along the way But as her social life becomes increasingly chaotic, Krissy may be caught in a case that s far too hot to handle

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    1. I received a free copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.Solid writing and a great mystery! This is my favorite of the series so far. It took me time with the other books to get to know the characters. Krissy Hancock, along with help from her mystery author dad, are at it again in working to solve the murder of her dad's agent. There are many suspects to choose from, so this is not an easy case to solve. The cats in here have personality which make it even more enjoyab [...]

    2. This series is a hit or a miss for me. Unfortunately this latest offering is more of a miss.Although I enjoyed the fact that we saw more of the main character's father in this story, the book just underwhelmed me.I voluntarily read an Advance Reader Copy of this book.

    3. Death by Vanilla Latte is the fourth book Alex Erickson’s Bookstore Cafe Mystery series. The writing flows smoothly, most of the characters are down to earth, normal, relatable people, and the book is an easy read. The book flows at a steady pace and the mystery is interesting. There are plenty of suspects and twists and turns to make it difficult to figure out who the killer is. There are lots of suspects, clues, and surprises that kept me guessing as to who did it and why until the reveal. I [...]

    4. This is one of those charming, quirky stories where a shop owner of some description solves murders. This time, for a nice change of the ones I've read in this style, the sleuth openly admits she likes solving the murders and participating in the apprehension of a criminal instead of oh I don't know how these things keep happening to me! Krissy Hancock likes being in the thick of it.I read this in a day. I'm not a real fan of romancey/chick lit types of books. This style of writing is the closes [...]

    5. Krissy Hancock owns of a combination coffee/library store, Death By Coffee with her BFR, Vicky. This is the best book In this easy and relaxing story. Perfect for the beach or to curl up on a stormy day. In the fourth book we find James Hancock, a noted mystery writer visiting his daughter, Krissy. He is accompanied by his agent, Rick Wiseman. The Writers group invites James to their meeting. The writers all have manuscript they want James to read. Rick steps out of line and James fired him. The [...]

    6. Book received from NetGalley.This fourth book in the series starts out with a surprise visit by the main character's father and ends up with both Krissy Hancock and her father involved in a murder investigation. It was a fun quick read, I did have some issues keeping up with backstories due to it being the fourth book in the series. I figured out "whodunnit" a little over half way through the book. So it was very well plotted out and it kept me interested to the end. It was a quick read and a go [...]

    7. Number 4 in this great series and this time Krissy's Dad (a best selling author) is in town along with his agent (who is seriously creepy) and his agent's intern (who is trying to strike out on his own), a couple of days after they arrive the agent is found dead - seriously dead, and Krissy's Dad could be in the frame - so they band together to find our who could want this man dead!

    8. **I voluntarily reviewed this ARC**Oh my gosh, Krissy's dad needs to visit more often! I loved how his character was written, and he added a lot to the story. The mystery was great, with lots of suspects and a personal connection to Krissy.

    9. As a cozy mystery, this is entertaining, cute, and a quick read. The storyline was interesting enough to keep me interested, and I felt like I got to know the characters.ough there were a LOT of them. This is the first book I've ready by Alex Erickson, and I do not know much about the other books in the series. The previous books/storylines were mentioned to tie everything together and help you get to understand the character's past.Unfortunately for me, I could not get over how cheesy this was. [...]

    10. 4 starsKrissy Hancock owns the coffee house/book store named Death by Coffee. This also happens to be the name of her father’s popular book. He is an author and is a pretty famous one. He shows up unexpectedly one day in her shop and she had no idea he was coming. He is putting out a new book and he is having his book release party at her bookstore/cafe. Then Dad becomes suspect #1 when his agent is found dead. This book had a lot of twists and turns. I had a hard time trying to figure out who [...]

    11. Death by Vanilla Latte: A Bookstore Cafe MysteryAuthor: Alex EricksonPublisher: KensingtonKrissy Hancock has a way of getting involved with murder. Ever since she moved to Pine Hills and opened her cafe, Death by Coffee, she has come across too many killers. Sooner or later, no matter how hard she tries, she steps right in the middle of trouble. When her father, famed mystery writer James Hancock, decides to pay a visit there is no way murder is not going to follow.Krissy is surprised by her fat [...]

    12. Death By Vanilla Latte is the 4th book in the Bookstore Cafe Mystery series following the adventures of Krissy Hancock, the quirky and inquisitive owner of a small town bookstore café, as she finds herself again and again tangled up in puzzling murder investigations.In this installment of the series, Krissy’s father, famed mystery writer James Hancock, comes to town for a surprise visit/book launch, bringing along his ill-mannered literary agent Rick Wiseman and his agent’s assistant, sendi [...]

    13. Death by Vanilla Latte is the fourth installment in the Bookstore Café Mystery series featuring coffee shop/book store co-owner Kristina "Krissy" Hancock set in the small town of Pine Hills, Ohio. Things at the shop have finally settled down and the newly established Death by Coffee sees to be picking up a following especially amongst the local book lovers.Pesky busybody and local gossip Rita Jablonski is beside herself with glee that her idol, James Hancock, famed mystery author and Krissy's f [...]

    14. Title: Death by Vanilla Latte - Bookstore Café Mystery Book 4Author: Alex EricksonPublisher: Kensington BooksPublished: 5-30-2017Pages: 320Genre: Mystery, Thrillers & SuspenseSub-Genre: Amateur Sleuths; Cozy, Women Sleuths, FamilyISBN: 9781496708854ASIN: B01LJKQH3IReviewed For NetGalley and Kensington BooksReviewer: DelAnneRating: 4.25 StarsKrissy Hancock's father unexpectedly arrives in Pine Hills for a visit. Shortly after firing his churlish and rude agent, the man is found murdered. Jam [...]

    15. In return for an honest review, I was able to get an ARC from NetGalley. I am so grateful to NetGalley through which I have been able to read so many wonderful books. This one was really good too, and a nice surprise for me was that I had previously read a book in the series. Once I started reading and saw things like it took place in a coffe shop with a bookstore upstairs, and Krissy drank coffee with a cookie in it, I knew that It was more than a feeling of familiarity. I really enjoyed the fi [...]

    16. Krissy Hancock’s father is a famous mystery author.  Her bookstore cafe is named for him, but she is the last to know about his surprise visit.  James Hancock’s visit to Pine Hills is a major event, bringing out both amateur authors and fans in droves.  Unfortunately for Krissy, it also means the presence of his slimy agent, and to make matters even worse, her father’s agent is murdered.  With her father as the primary suspect, Krissy knows she must dig up the truth before he is arrest [...]

    17. Krissy is still asking blunt questions and accusing people with no evidence. Having her dad show up added some warmth to the story. Told from inside her head and her head is a mess.Library paperback book. Hooked by the title.=========================Ever since cafe owner Krissy Hancock settled into a relationship and mostly forgot about old flames, life has become surprisingly serene. Too bad her father, famed mystery writer James Hancock, had to pay an unexpected visit to Death by Coffee and br [...]

    18. Princess Fuzzypants here:I like Krissy and I like these books even though she does things that make me roll my eyes sometimes. She puts herself in danger and drags her father along with her. He should know better. He is a famous mystery writer who has decided to do a signing on his new book at Krissy's cafe cum bookstore. Krissy is taken by surprise but that is just the start of the surprises.Her Dad's nasty agent comes along and manages to tick off a whole bunch of people. It is no great surpri [...]

    19. Krissy Hancock is back in this Installment of the Bookshop Café Mysteries by Erickson. With a surprise visit from Krissy's semi-famous novelist father this mystery starts fast. Coming back into Pine Hills is always fun. This by far is my favorite in the series. The murderer's secret was left all the way until the end. I liked that suspense. The clues were there but left to the "Who did it?".This book reads Fast, but is fun. The characters are more in depth this time. We seem to learn more about [...]

    20. The fourth in the series. Krissy Hancock co-owns a book store/coffee shop with her best friend Vicki in the small town of Pine Hills. Business has increased and they are feeling more relaxed but the town has seen a number of murders since Krissy arrived and it seems she has developed a reputation for solving them. Her father, James Hancock, a fairly well known mystery writer arrives with his agent, Rick Wiseman, invited by Vicki as a surprise for Krissy.The book store/coffee shop is named after [...]

    21. This is a cute, simple, murder mystery. It takes place in a small town. The murder isn’t explicitly explained. There’s no sex, profanity or violence. The detective owns a small bookstore and all the suspects know each other, so it fits the category of “cozy mystery” perfectly.Krissy (the bookstore owner) is bringing her father, who is a well-known author, to her bookstore to do an author’s signing. She gets to see her father, help his book sales, and promote her bookstore all at the sa [...]

    22. Bookstore co-owner Krissy is surprised when her California-based father unexpectedly comes to visit, planning to do a book signing of his newest book. In tow is his agent, who makes a move on Krissy. (He'd known her since she was a girl--very topical right now!) Naturally, Dad is angry and fires the agent. But when the man is found dead the next morning, Dad becomes a suspect, and Krissy is terrified. As readers of this series know, she tends to have amplified emotions anyhow. As much as she pro [...]

    23. Death by Vanilla Latte is the 4th book in the Bookstore Cafe series, and it didn't matter that I hadn't read any of the other books. She developed the characters however, I feel that the best one was the main character, Krissy’s dad. He was well developed and involved in the story. I seems like it has more romance then mystery. It was a fast and easy read. I received an advanced copy of this book from NetGalley via Kensington Publishing. While not required to write a review I am more than happ [...]

    24. ***COpy from NetGalley in return for an honest review****I quite enjoyed this cozy crime novel, the first that I have read in this series, set in a cafe. This installment sees the owner's author father in town for a book signing when his agent gets murdered. I thought this lost steam a little in the second half, and while I liked the author's honesty about the lead character's nosiness and investigative activity, when the plot started to drag a little that too-stupid-to-live-ness started to grat [...]

    25. Sleuthing with DadKrissey Hancock owns a coffee shop with two friends and has a handsome physician boyfriend. Life is good! Her father, a mystery writer of some note, is visiting with his agent. Every would be writer in Krissey's town is vying for their attention. Krissey is horrified when the agent is murdered and begins to investigate, with Dad in tow. The two engage in sleuthing in an attempt to find the murderer, with sometimes hilarious results. This is a light, bright series I recommend wh [...]

    26. This is a great book; this is the fourth book in the Bookstore Cafe Mystery series written by Alex Erickson. This is a great book with a wonderful story and well developed characters. This book will keep you reading long into the night and you will not want to put this book down until you finish. This was such a great read and full of surprises. I am looking forward to reading the next book by this great author. I voluntarily reviewed an advanced reader’s copy of this book. The free book held [...]

    27. A little vanilla compared to the others in the seriesOn the positive side, the protagonist wasn't nearly as infuriating as in prior books. Unfortunately, this book was one of the slower ones in the series. For some reason it just wasn't as good as some of the others. This one took me longer to get through, it felt more predictable and mundane in spots. I really do like that the author has made the heroine in a bit more likable in this book. I hope that he continues to find ways to make her more [...]

    28. This is a classic cozy complete with an intrepid amateur who owns a fun business and chases down a bad guy in order to clear, in this case, a relative. Krissy makes a fine member of the club of women in this genre- she's well developed (I had not read the earlier books but totally got her) and smart. Liked her relationship with her dad and with Dolan. This is easy quick reading that won't stress you (the mystery isn't too twisty). Thanks to Netgalley for the ARC.

    29. I received an electronic copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for a fair review.A so-so cozy mystery. Nothing new here. Forgettable characters and a yawn worthy plot. The novel does follow the formula of a cozy novel, but is so much written to formula as to lack any sense of sincerity on the author's part. If you are look for a quick, easy read to simply de-stress this novel is fine for that purpose.

    30. I have enjoyed this series from the start and was excited to see Krissy's dad in this story helping her solve the crime. It was extremely well written and a delight to visit this series again. I felt as though the plot and murder could actually be real, as I can only imagine the world of book publishing.Full Review: bibliophileviews/book-revi

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