Cozy Mystery: Comedic murder mysteries that show you what happens when you put a quilter, a candy shop owner, a baker, a pet sitter or some other wholly inappropriate sleuth on the case to solve a crime. More precisely, cozies are lighthearted murder mysteries with plenty of humor, no graphic violence or sex, and an amateur sleuth (or sleuthing team) who lives in some sort of close-knit community and solves crimes while juggling a day job, a hobby, or other responsibilities.

In Cheryl Hollon’s Draw and Order, an Appalachian artist and local guide Miranda Trent opens a new murder investigation after her Paint & Shine tour group discovers the remains of a missing hiker along an ancient trail. For her latest excursion, Miranda is thrilled to take a close-knit group of rock climbers, the Risky Business Adventurers, up the challenging Battleship...
Can You Crack the Case in In Carol J. Perry’s See Something
In Carol J. Perry’s See Something, Salem's WICH-TV program director Lee Barrett is about to discover no good deed goes unpunished. Lee has been promoted from field reporter to program director. Keeping track of all the shows and managing the local TV personalities—including a cowboy, a clown, and a performing dog—has her head spinning. Perhaps that's what makes her...
Emmeline Duncan Serves Up a Piping Hot Thriller in Fresh Brewed Murder
In Emmeline Duncan’s Fresh Brewed Murder, master barista Sage Caplin is opening a new coffee cart in Portland, Oregon, but a killer is brewing up a world of trouble. With its entrepreneurial, 20-something protagonist, focus on a hipster-run food truck pod in Portland, Oregon, and real-world issues involving homelessness and gentrification, this book is a trendy, updated cozy mystery that...
In Murder at the Beacon Bakeshop, after Lindsey Bakeswell catches her celebrity chef fiancé sizzling in the arms of another woman, Lindsey leaves Wall Street and the big city for small town Beacon Harbor, Michigan, to pursue her own passion as a pastry baker—and gets mixed up in someone's sweet taste of revenge. More interested in kneading dough than...

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