Behold my Chocolate Candy Cane Cookies, among the many cookies featured in Holiday Buzz, my new culinary mystery, just released today. To celebrate, I'm blogging at Fresh Fiction.com, where I'll tell you more about this 12th entry in my Coffeehouse Mystery series. I hope you'll drop by and say hello!
To jump there, click here.
Leave a comment on my Fresh Fiction post this week and you'll be entered to win a personally inscribed copy of Holiday Buzz and a stainless steel NYPD travel mug (guaranteed to keep your coffee safe as well as warm).
I'll have a new recipe for you next week. In the meantime, I'm happy to share some of the foodie photography from my Holiday Buzz Recipe Guide. You can download the complete, illustrated guide at my Fresh Fiction post, too, so be sure to look for the link to the Guide.
Now let's start that cookie party! First up...
Crumb Muffins (small batch version)
These are a favorite of NYPD Detective
Mike Quinn's (and mine, too).
Tender and sweet, they carry a hint of nutmeg
and a lovely eggnoggy fragrance and flavor.
(Yes, I invented the word eggnoggy. :))
and get you the tasty prize!
And speaking of tasty...If you're wondering how that
Along with your turkey, what single dish
makes your Thanksgiving complete?
jump to PollDaddy's site here.
~ Cleo Coyle, author of
Holiday Mystery Pick
“Jingle bells, beautiful displays, scrumptious treats:
Holiday season in New York City has it all,
including murder…Coyle’s coffeehouse series captures
the New York experience, from high-society parties
to gritty back-street deals. The fine mystery is
followed by some holiday recipes that will
even pack the pounds on readers who
are only browsing them.”
a perfect Christmas mystery. A treat..."
Greenwich Village coffeehouse, and each of the
12 titles includes the added bonus of recipes.