Long Island Iced Tina by Maria DiRico

Long Island Iced Tina is the second in Maria DiRico’s new exhilarating series, Catering Hall Mysteries.  It is an engaging burst of fresh air and chocked with colorful characters that will have you laughing, rolling your eyes and scratching your head, as you try...

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A Late Frost by Sheila Connolly

A Late Frost is from Sheila Connolly’s Orchard Mysteries Series.  It’s what I call a “sipping” cozy.  It’s subtle, yet totally engaging with a solid mystery quietly unfolding in small-town America, Granford, Massachusetts.  It’s a wonderful cozy to enjoy, particularly...

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Interview with Ellen Byron & Maria DiRico

It’s a double good time when I get to interview two great authors rolled into one!  Yes, I’m talking about Ellen Byron, author of Cajun Country Mysteries and who is also Maria DiRico, author of the Catering Hall Mystery series.  No matter which series you read and enjoy...

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Crossed Skis, an Alpine Mystery by Carol Carnac

Crossed Skis is yet another lost gem from the British Library of Crime Classics.  It’s actually two separate and engaging mysteries, both are incredibly well done and melded together to create an utterly engaging tale. It’s 1951 London and the book opens with a group...

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A Christmas Carol Murder by Heather Redmond

Don’t miss this one!  The only reason this didn’t make my TOP 10 favorite holiday mysteries is because I read this book AFTER I published my TOP 10 list (see the book/mystery category for the full list).  This one has now been added – so yes, now it’s my TOP 11 favorite...

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TOP 10+ 1: Holiday Cozy Mysteries

Trapped inside due to covid?  Feeling a bit snowed under?  No problem. Check out the list of my personal favorite top 10 Holiday/Winter cozies – some old, some new, but all should still be available.  These stellar mysteries will keep you entertained not only through...

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