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Cleo Coyle

A pseudonym used by Alice Alfonsi, Marc Cerasini

Cleo Coyle is the New York Times bestselling pseudonym for Alice Alfonsi, writing in collaboration with her husband, Marc Cerasini. Under the name Cleo Coyle, they write the Coffeehouse Mystery titles.

With well over 1 million books in print, Cleo Coyle has gained an enthusiastic following. The first in their bestselling Coffeehouse Mystery series is now in its 20th printing; two entries have earned starred reviews, including Billionaire Blend, which was honored with a Kirkus Star and called "a highly satisfying mystery" by Publishers Weekly. Every book in the series has hit national bestseller lists, including Holiday Buzz, which was a Top-10 New York Times bestseller.

Genres: Cozy Mystery
New Books
May 2023

The Ghost Goes to the Dogs
(Haunted Bookshop, book 9)
Cleo Coyle recommends
The Cracked Pot (2008)
(Clay and Crime Mystery, book 2)
Melissa Glazer
"A delightfully down-to-earth sleuth."
Sprinkle with Murder (2010)
(Cupcake Bakery Mystery, book 1)
Jenn McKinlay
"A winning read!"
Mind Your Own Beeswax (2011)
(Queen Bee mystery, book 2)
Hannah Reed
"Once readers get a taste of the Queen Bee Mysteries they will be swarming for more."
Liver Let Die (2011)
(Jordan McAllister Mystery, book 1)
Liz Lipperman
"Readers will cheer for Jordan, a Clueless Cook with charm and spunk, in a mystery that really sizzles."
Who Do, Voodoo? (2011)
(Mind for Murder Mystery, book 1)
Rochelle Staab
"A superlative supernatural mystery."
Florist Grump (2015)
(Flower Shop Mystery, book 17)
Kate Collins
"Kate Collins delivers."
Tangled Up in a Brew (2016)
(Brewing Trouble Mystery, book 2)
Joyce Tremel
"A heartwarming blend of suds and suspense."

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