Coffee and books...

Sometimes you just know when things go together…like Romeo and Juliet, Edward and Bella and of course, coffee and books. These are all partnerships made in heaven. What better way to relax on your coffee break that catching up on some reading? Take a shot at this selection of coffee themed fiction books, because as you may know, if you’re feeling ground down, reading is a great way to perk you up!

 Coffee excellence
The various flavours of Coffee” by Anthony Capella
One coffee with” by Margaret Maron
Coffee  life
Cats in the coffee” by Joyce Fussey
"Coffee in the cereal: the first year with multiple sclerosis" by Lorna Moorhead
"Jenny's coffee house: after Yenni" by Eugenia Jenny Williams

Café Coffee
Little coffee shop of Kabul” by Debra Rodriguez
"Glazed murder” by Jessica Beck

"Decaffeinated Corpse" by Cleo Coyle

"The espressologist” by Kristina Springer
Black Coffee” by Agatha Christie

Latte trouble” by Cleo Coyle

Short coffee breaks
The rip” by Robert Drewe (short stories including ‘The life alignment of the coffee grower).
Drinking coffee elsewhere” by Zz Packer

Triple shot
 Grounds for murder”by Sandra Balzo
 Bean there, done that” by Sandra Balzo
"Brewed, crude and tattooed” by Sandra Balzo
Find us at the Sutherland Coffee Festival- Coffee@peace, Sunday 10th July at Peace park. Grab a coffee and come and say hello to Bookatoo. Not a member of the library yet? Get a specially marked application form from the Coffee festival, join the library at any of the eight branches in the Shire and receive a voucher to buy one coffee, get one free from Hazelhurst Gallery (conditions apply).