Happy Halloween! I challenged myself to read 10 Halloween books during the month of October and I had so much fun doing it! My absolute favorite read was Designed for Haunting by Sybil Johnson. An amazing plot, lots of twists … Continue reading Halloween Theme Read 2021 – Done!
Bread of the Dead(Santa Fe Cafe Mystery #1)by Ann Myers Well written, likable and oozing cozy, Bread of the Dead has all the ingredients for the perfect mystery! This book gave me hard core Goldy Bear vibes. The Goldy Bear … Continue reading Bread of the Dead (Santa Fe Cafe Mystery #1)
Guys, I’m so excited about this! With help from the r/CozyMystery Discord, we came up with a great Holiday theme read to put everyone in the Holiday mood. You can download and print out the theme read card or, do what I do – import it into Canva or Photoshop and add each book you’ve read as you finish it. You don’t have to be a member of the Discord or Reddit group, you can follow along and use hashtag #2021HolidayReads in social media or review posts. Below you’ll find links to the Reddit posts with ideas and book recommendations for each category:Continue reading “2021 Holiday Theme Read Nov. 1 – Jan 2”
Halloween is coming! Halloween is coming!
And what better way to ring in the spooky season than a theme read? Continue reading 2021 Halloween Theme Read!
First off, I loved the 80s theme. Ahhh high school in the 80s…poofy dresses, poofier hair…you know, like omg totally awesome. Brought back memories of dancing to the newly released Two of Hearts by Stacey Q at my first high school dance. sigh Continue reading The Haunted Homecoming (Southern Ghost Hunter Mysteries #10)
In this book, we’re introduced to M.J., a psychic medium who can communicate with ghosts and (hopefully) move them on and best friend Gilley. They’re hired by wealthy and debonair Dr. Steven Sable to contact his recently deceased grandfather, Andrew, at the family lodge. Continue reading What’s a Ghoul to Do? (Ghost Hunter Mystery #1)
Rory and Liz, they were a fantastic team!) realistic police interactions and procedures (often a sticking point for me!) and a great atmosphere. Continue reading Designed for Haunting (Aurora Anderson #4)
This is the first book I’ve read in the series, so I can safely say this can be read as a standalone. I love a good historical mystery and this was an easy and quick read at only 130 pages. I loved the setting in 1920s Yorkshire and there were several social issues highlighted Continue reading Murder in the Churchyard (A Tommy & Evelyn Christie Mystery #3)
Stella and Nick move from NYC to rural Vermont when Nick gets his dream job as a forest ranger. Within minutes of arriving at their newly purchased home, the discover a body in the well. Barred from their house by the investigation, they take refuge at a deer camp with no running water or electricity and decide to solve the murder so they can unload their moving truck and get settled in their new home. Continue reading Well-Offed in Vermont (Vermont Country Living #1)