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Tangled Up in Brew (A Brewing Trouble Mystery) Mass Market Paperback – October 4, 2016
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Praise for To Brew or Not to Brew
“Joyce Tremel’s debut novel is cleverly developed, infused with fascinating details of craft brewing plus the very real flavor of Pittsburgh, and distilled into a unique and charming mystery. A delicious blend of strong characters and smooth delivery, To Brew or Not to Brew is sure to appeal to mystery readers and beer aficionados alike.”—Jennie Bentley, New York Times bestselling author of the Do-It-Yourself Mysteries
“A heartwarming blend of suds and suspense, featuring a determined heroine and her big Irish family. Tremel knows and loves her Pittsburgh setting, making the mystery all the more real and enjoyable.”—Cleo Coyle, New York Times bestselling author of the Coffeehouse Mysteries
“This charming debut novel stands out with a brewery setting that offers a unique twist on typical books within the genre. An assorted mix of characters provide a diverting dose of humor, flirtation and heart. Between the peek into the brewing industry and the mouthwatering food descriptions, readers may find themselves scurrying to their nearest pub even while the baffling case compels them to devour just one more chapter!”—RT Book Reviews (Top Pick)
About the Author
Joyce Tremel is the author of To Brew or Not to Brew, the debut novel in the Brewing Trouble mystery series. For more than ten years, she was a police secretary. Her fiction has appeared in Mysterical-e, and her nonfiction has been published in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and the Pennsylvania Chiefs of Police magazine. She lives in a suburb of Pittsburgh with her husband and a spoiled cat.
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There’s great comradery among the brewers all except one brewer, Dwayne. Max and Jake try not to let that bring them down. Reginald Mobley is a food and beverage critic who is known for giving bad reviews and driving restaurants out of business and it’s no surprise when Max’s Brew and Jakes Burger leaves a bad taste in his mouth, so bad the food critic keels over and dies.
Jake is soon accused of murder and with Max’s dad being a detective and his partner set on locking Jake up and throwing away the key Max needs to brew up something fast to get Jake out of this predicament.
Foodie competitions in mysteries I love them, it reminds me of watching reality t.v. Tangled up in Brew is less filling,reads great. It will make you in the mood for a cold one. Max and Jake made a great couple combined with a page-turning plot and a villian you couldnt wait to die. I loved the beer premise of A Brewing Trouble Series. I think men as well as women can enjoy.
I will definitely be returning to the Allegheny Brew House to see what Max, Jake and the gang get themselves into next.
I did not figure it out until it was explained at the end. The story was good. I love the references to the different Pittsburgh neighborhoods. I enjoy these characters and look forward to reading more of them.
I grew up in a brewing family.:-).
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The characters are smart, funny and very family oriented.Read more