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A Cozy Chat: Interview with Billie Jenrette of Murder She Sent

Today I get to finally do something I’ve been looking forward to for a long time: introduce you to a...

Review: Vanishing Point by Patricia Wentworth

Still waters run deep. That’s the theme of this classic English country-house mystery. The village of Hazel Green is as...

Interview: Cozy Mystery Author Sandi Scott of “The Seagrass Sweets” Mysteries

Interview: Cozy Mystery Author Sandi Scott of “The Seagrass Sweets” Mysteries

Here’s a tasty treat for you! My newsletter readers may recall that last month I featured an unbeatable deal on...

Review: Whose Body? by Dorothy L. Sayers

  Two victims. Two detectives. One body. That’s the basic premise of the book, and I’ll be walking on very...

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Review: On Her Majesty’s Frightfully Secret Service by Rhys Bowen

I wasn’t sure at first if I was going to like this book. To be perfectly honest, I wasn’t sure...

The cover of the audio CD edition

Review: Dead Cert by Dick Francis

Dick Francis is the cozy lover’s Raymond Chandler. He plunks down a hard-boiled thriller right in the middle of a cozy...

Mister Mottley Meets a Mermaid

If you came here from my Facebook post, April Fool! If not, you can read the blurb HERE Thanks for...

Review: Thrice the Brinded Cat Hath Mew’d by Alan Bradley

Ask and you shall receive. I’ve heard cat lovers speak of “Cat Central,” a mystical agency that assigns cats to...

I’m Looking For a Few Good Mysteries!

Honestly, I tried. November – February is its own liturgical season at my house: the Unending Feast of St. Cadbury....

Photo by Nina Leen from Cover of "OOB"

Review: Out of the Blackout by Robert Barnard

Growing up in my house was a constant refrain of “Tomayto, Tomahto.” Dad liked red wine and oysters. Mom was...