Barbara Venkataraman is the author of the Jamie Quinn series of cozy mysteries and her newest book, Malice in Miami is now available Continue reading An interview with author Barbara Venkataraman
Screech! by Charis Cotter First came The Thing at the Foot of the Bed. In 4th grade, I was obsessed with it, took it out of the library so many times, I’m surprised they didn’t just let me have it. Then came Scary Stories to Tell In The Dark. Back then I used to take care of a couple of cute kids in the summer and we used to read them out loud and they loved them as much as I did. So, scary stories have long held a place in my heart, so when I saw this on Netgalley, … Continue reading Screech!
This proved to be a cute, easy read and I loved the spooky atmosphere, made for a great read late in the evening. Continue reading The Gargoyle’s Secret (Stonehaven Mysteries, Book 1)
I’ve been looking forward to this series ever since Ainsley was introduced in one of the Inn at Holiday Bay books, so I spent the weekend with Ainsley and her friends in Gooseberry Bay. Absolutely loving this series so far! Continue reading The Cottage at Gooseberry Bay (Books 1-3)
Heartwarming, satisfying and oh so cozy, Furbidden Fatality was a wonderful debut to a new series. Continue reading Furbidden Fatality (A Catskills Pet Rescue Mystery #1)
With the weather turning cold I’ve been binging on all the Hallmark Mysteries and Movies that I saved but never got around to watching. They’ve done a great job of bringing books to life (well, most of them) and some of them are new to me but super enjoyable. I tried reading the first Aurora Teagarden mysteriy at one point but I wasn’t able to get into it. I loved several of Charlaine Harris’s other series (Harper Connelly and Lily Bard are ones that I’ve read several times) but I wasn’t a fan of Aurora – until this series started … Continue reading Mystery Movies
Are you on Reddit? Do you love Cozy Mysteries? Come join us over at /r/CozyMystery! We’re also accepting authors looking for readers! Continue reading Are you a Redditor?
I had a pretty good idea whodunit but eagerly raced through the book to see it all unfold Continue reading On Deadly Tides: Penny Brannigan #11
Mining for Justice (Chloe Ellefson Mystery #8)by Kathleen Ernst This series blows me away with every book. There are always 3 narratives: Chloe’s, cop boyfriend Roelke’s and a haunting historical story featuring a woman facing horrible hardships. It’s managed so well, too; it seamlessly switches in between the narratives and brings a multi-dimensional facet to the story that’s unmatched in any other series I’ve read. There was a lot going on this one; Chloe is struggling to find out who was buried in the root cellar of her friend’s stone cottage and also trying to help save the historical interpretation … Continue reading Mining for Justice (Chloe Ellefson Mystery #8)