Southern Harm by Caroline Fardig

Southern Harm by Caroline Fardig A Southern B&B Mystery Book 2 Alibi • November 12, 2019 A little Southern charm never killed anybody—until now—in an enchanting cozy mystery from the USA Today bestselling author of Southern Discomfort and the Java Jive novels. After solving a murder at a local restaurant, Quinn Bellandini just wants to … Read More

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Cozy Food: 128 Cozy Mystery Writers Share Their Favorite Recipes by Nancy Lynn Jarvis

Cozy Food: 128 Cozy Mystery Writers Share Their Favorite Recipes by Nancy Lynn Jarvis What happens when 128 cozy mystery writers get together to do a cookbook? You get more than 220 recipes that are as varied and interesting as an amateur sleuth’s day job. Regional recipes come from every part of the United States … Read More

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Apple Cider Slaying by Julie Anne Lindsey – Hunk of Heaven Tater Salad + Book Review and Giveaway

Apple Cider Slaying by Julie Anne Lindsey A Cider Shop Mystery Book 1 Kensington • November 1, 2019 Apples are at the core of the family business run by Winona Mae Montgomery and her Granny Smythe. But this year’s crop is unseasonably ripe with murder . . . ONE ROTTEN APPLE Blossom Valley, West Virginia, … Read More

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A Cowboy Christmas: Western Celebrations, Recipes, and Traditions by Shanna Hatfield

A Cowboy Christmas: Western Celebrations, Recipes, and Traditions by Shanna Hatfield TwoDot • September 17, 2019 The jangle of spurs mingles with the jingle of sleigh bells in this celebration of Christmas, cowboy style… Create your own memorable western-style Christmas through A Cowboy Christmas, a holiday collection of décor, traditions, delicious food, and the unique … Read More

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A Curio Killing by Mary Ellen Hughes – Guest Post & Giveaway

A Curio Killing by Mary Ellen Hughes A Keepsake Cove Mystery Book 3 Midnight Ink • September 8, 2019 Callie finds treble in Keepsake Cove when her ex-boyfriend is framed for murder… Callie Reed is looking forward to her first Keepsake Cove spring festival. But her excitement dims considerably when she learns that her ex-boyfriend, … Read More

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Silent Night, Deadly Night by Vicki Delany

Silent Night, Deadly Night by Vicki Delany A Year-Round Christmas Mystery Book 4 Berkley • August 27, 2019 Residents of Rudolph keep the spirit of Christmas alive year-round—but their joy is threatened when a group of grinches visits the town, in the charming fourth installment of the Year-Round Christmas series. It’s the week before Thanksgiving, … Read More

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Spirited Away by Lena Gregory

Spirited Away by Lena Gregory A Bay Island Psychic Mystery Book 4 Beyond the Page • May 21, 2019 In the new Bay Island Psychic Mystery, psychic Cass Donovan is thrown into the middle of a macabre murder she never saw coming… With the summer tourist season on Bay Island in full swing, shop owner … Read More

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A Vintage Death by Mary Ellen Hughes

My Thoughts A Vintage Death by Mary Ellen Hughes is the second book in the Keepsake Cove mystery series. I adored the first book and was so excited for this one to come out. In this installment, Callie is trying to figure out who wanted a local B&B owner dead – suspicion is on his … Read More

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Killed on Blueberry Hill by Sharon Farrow – Review

Killed on Blueberry Hill by Sharon Farrow A Berry Basket Mystery #3 Kensington • October 30, 2018 It’s peak tourist season in Oriole Point, Michigan—the blueberry buckle of the fruit belt. Nothing draws the crowds quite like their annual carnival. And nothing turns it sour faster than murder… The Blueberry Blow Out festival has begun … Read More

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Murder in Her Stocking by G.A. McKevett – Bein’ a Grandma Ain’t Bad Atall – Review and Giveaway

Murder in Her Stocking by G.A. McKevett A Granny Reid Mystery #1 Kensington • October 30, 2018 As the Moonlight Magnolia Agency revisits old memories on Christmas Eve, Granny Reid takes the reins back thirty years to the 1980s—back when she went by Stella, everyone’s hair was bigger, and sweaters were colorful disasters. But murder … Read More

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