“combines the intrigue of an archaeological event and the joy of an upcoming wedding with the machinations of a political thriller . . .”
“In Farleigh Field delivers the same entertainment mixed with intellectual intrigue and realistic setting for which Bowen has earned awards . . .”
Plaid and Plagiarism by Molly MacRae is the first in the new Highland Bookshop Mystery Series.
“May Alan Bradley live to be a hundred and write a new book every year, and may Flavia never grow up.”
“an excellent choice for those who prefer a more complex cozy mystery than the usual offering. Highly recommended.”
In this cozy police procedural set in the cozy French town of St. Denis, we have book nine of the cozy series about Bruno, Chief of Police.
“a fascinating window into European history and a murder mystery that is riveting right to the end.”
“Practical Sins for Cold Climates is an unusual and refreshing take on the 'transformed by the wilderness' theme.”
“genuinely sweet . . .”
A group of 70-something friends, determined to check items off their bucket lists, get together one night to skinny dip in the backyard pool.
“. . . a cozy little mystery with a neat alchemical twist and some very endearing characters . . .”
“. . . the pencil illustrations interspersed throughout the book are charming.
“. . . a good read for both cozy and romance fans.”
Mae December has a thing for dogs. She owns a thriving kennel business in small town Rosedale, Tennessee.
“. . . a reason to celebrate.”
“. . . a fast-paced, humorous read with a clever, knotty mystery . . .”
“. . . a credible mystery plot, but without anyone to root for . . .”
“Mignon Ballard has woven a story complicated with both charming and menacing characters.”
“This book will keep the reader turning pages until the very satisfying end.”
“. . . a good story that keeps the reader in suspense until the killer is finally revealed.”
“a multifaceted story . . . plenty of surprises . . . And what an ending!”
“It’s nice to read a book in which the heroine is not obsessed over body image. Odelia . . . is happy, healthy, in love—and utterly charming.”
“. . . well-crafted . . .”
“. . . well written and entertaining.”
“Susan Wittig Albert is a terrific writer; her descriptions of everything from blooming bluebonnets to the grace and power of a mountain lion caught by China’s headlights are compelling.