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Cleo Coyle
is the New York Times bestselling pseudonym for author Alice Alfonsi, writing popular fiction in collaboration with her husband, Marc Cerasini. 

With more than 1 million books sold, their 18 Coffeehouse Mystery novels, along with their 7 Haunted Bookshop Mysteries (originally written under the name Alice Kimberly), are bestselling works of amateur sleuth fiction published by Penguin Random House. Look for Cleo's newest Haunted Bookshop Mystery (#7) The Ghost and the Haunted Portrait, just released by her longtime publisher. And Cleo's next Coffeehouse Mystery (#19) Honey Roasted, coming in January 2022.

When not haunting coffeehouses or hunting ghosts, Alice and Marc are New York Times bestselling media tie-in writers who have penned properties for Lucasfilm, NBC, Fox, Disney, Imagine, Toho, and MGM. 

Alice is a former journalist and author of children’s books and popular fiction. Marc is an author of military nonfiction and thrillers. They live and work in New York City where they cook like crazy, rescue stray cats, haunt coffeehouses, and hunt ghosts. To learn more, visit their online coffeehouse at CoffeehouseMystery.com.


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Contact Cleo

To send a private note to Cleo, contact her via Facebook, leave a message on her Coffee Talk board, or write an email with the subject heading “Note to Cleo” and send it to: CoffeehouseMystery(at)gmail(dot)com
















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May you drink (and read) with joy!









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Did you know Cleo Coyle was the subject 
of a Question on the game show Jeopardy?

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Read a wonderful Forbes Interview
with 
Cleo Coyle, by clicking here
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Alice Alfonsi and Marc Cerasini,
who write as Cleo Coyle