The Seattle Barista Killer

The Seattle Barista Killer[Reading] ➺ The Seattle Barista Killer ➰ Murdoch Hughes – Heartforum.co.uk Two Seattle espresso baristas, both young women, have been battered to death, and the Seattle Police have no clues When a third victim is found murdered at midnight, her body lying in a rain soaked al Two Seattle espresso baristas, both young women, have been battered to death, and the Seattle Police have no clues When a third victim is found murdered at midnight, her body lying in a rain soaked alley, the SPD bring in their consultant on tough cases, Harley Wolf They are envious of his astounding ability to sniff The Seattle Kindle - out clues, but if they knew the secret of his psychic like deductions, they would persecute him than the killer he hunts Harley Wolf is a werewolf, a mythical monster of the night, but he is no killer Haunted by the werewolf myths, he became a vegan at a young age, vowing to never hurt the innocent instead he stalks the city s dark, rainy streets for killers who do But even with his wolf prowess, he finds few initial clues to The Seattle Barista Killer, other than the faint trail he sniffs out of someone he calls, The Marlboro Man, for the scent of the brand of cigarettes he detects on the body of the last murdered barista That trail takes Harley deep into the murky world of the cutthroat espresso business, putting in danger even those closest to him It pushes his caffeine driven dark side to the edge, as he stalks a real monster that must be stopped before it kills again.

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    The Seattle Barista Killer PDF Õ The Seattle Kindle of the last murdered barista That trail takes Harley deep into the murky world of the cutthroat espresso business, putting in danger even those closest to him It pushes his caffeine driven dark side to the edge, as he stalks a real monster that must be stopped before it kills again."/>
  • Paperback
  • 216 pages
  • The Seattle Barista Killer
  • Murdoch Hughes
  • English
  • 13 October 2018
  • 1594264864

10 thoughts on “The Seattle Barista Killer

  1. mlady_rebecca says:

    For me saying I don t want half stars, I m finding lots of exceptions lately g I d probably bump this to 3 1 2, if we had that ability.Fascinating concept a werewolf who chooses to be a vegan, in both forms That s what drew me to the book in the first place The werewolves in this book have only two forms man and wolf, no wolf man hybrids Harley was born a werewolf, rather than bitten No bitten wolves mentioned in the world building Plot wise, our werewolf narrator for it s told in For me saying I don t want half stars, I m finding lots of exceptions lately g I d probably bump this to 3 1 2, if we had that ability.Fascinating concept a werewolf who chooses to be a vegan, in both forms That s what drew me to the book in the first place The werewolves in this book have only two forms man and wolf, no wolf man hybrids Harley was born a werewolf, rather than bitten No bitten wolves mentioned in the world building Plot wise, our werewolf narrator for it s told in first person is a private eye helping the local PD find a serial killer who is killing Baristas Harley uses his sense of smell to fool the police into thinking he s half psychic Obviously, this is a closed world the general public doesn t know werewolves exist The mystery plot has lots of twists and turns I certainly didn t pick out the bad guy till close to the end So, decent plot As for the writing style, I could tell without looking that it was written by a man I m not sure how to explain that, other than some books or stories just feel like they ve got a heavy male perspective Whether that was simply because it was first person with a male character, I m not sure But a book like Hitchhiker s Guide to the Galaxy a particular favorite of mine which primarily follows a man around, and has a male author, doesn t have that distinct male voice Granted, that s a third person story.To be fair, the only urban fantasy writer I ve read lately, who was male, didn t keep me going past the first book Again, male lead character Don t recall the POV on that one So, while I love first person, maybe I only love first person when the narrator is female.Harley has a girlfriend, another werewolf, so we get limited sex scenes This author s sex scenes are a blend of purple prose very painful at times and fade to black Again this is probably me clashing with the first person male perspective when I m a heterosexual female , but I really disliked a few of the purple prose passages For example The comforter fell below her breasts and my knees weakened sitting me down on the bedside while my hands dropped for onecaress, and her grape like nipples reminded me of the sweet vineyard below. The food metaphor really didn t do it for me Actually, it threw me out of the story momentarily.At the moment, I tend to prefer explicit sex over flowery language, so, again, that might just be me

  2. Bitten_by_Books says:

    Here I am again with another book set in my favorite hometown of Seattle The second I saw this title, I knew I had to read it, and am so glad I did Seattle, home to the coffee mega corporation McBuck s this reminded me of a beautiful twist on name play, Starbucks and McDonald s lol is in an uproar when some of it s barista s come up brutally murdered, and nary a clue to be found as to who the perp might beFor the entire review please go to the Best Paranormal Urban Fantasy Review site o Here I am again with another book set in my favorite hometown of Seattle The second I saw this title, I knew I had to read it, and am so glad I did Seattle, home to the coffee mega corporation McBuck s this reminded me of a beautiful twist on name play, Starbucks and McDonald s lol is in an uproar when some of it s barista s come up brutally murdered, and nary a clue to be found as to who the perp might beFor the entire review please go to the Best Paranormal Urban Fantasy Review site on the web, Bitten By Books for the review of The Seattle Barista Killer in it s entirety You won t be sorry

  3. Tim says:

    Pressured by the Seattle public after three baristas AKA the vital profession necessary for running the city are murdered, SPD brings in a vegan werewolf PI to help solve the case.How is it possible that no one I know has read this

  4. Anne says:

    A great plot idea gone wrong due to poor writing and even worse copy editing.Baristas in Seattle are being killed and werewolf detective Harley sets out to solve the mystery.

  5. Destinee Sutton says:

    Tim, I will tell how it s possible no one you know has read this it s bad I guess if didn t care about writing and grammar I could ve gotten through it, but I do so I didn t.

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