Tag Archives: cozy mystery

COLD AS ICE By Julie Mulhern

This series keeps getting better with each book, this one did not disappoint. It is set in the 1970s era and a background of country club residents. I love the play on words. It fixed the theme. It is November … Continue reading

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MURDER AT THE TOY TOWN EXPRESS By Barbara Early

The second book in the Toy Town Series and I have not read the one first but I have read this author before and always enjoyed her. This will work as a stand-alone. The train and toy show has come … Continue reading

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PERILOUS POETRY By Kym Roberts

** spoiler alert ** We find ourselves back in Texas at the book barn. The tale opens with gunshots that shatter the book barn. Charlie Rae Warren has visited from Aunt Violet and her cousin Jamal. He talks Charlie into … Continue reading

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RUNNING OUT OF TIME By Suzanne M. Trauth

A new author for me and I have marked the first two stories in the series to my TBR shelf. I found the main characters well developed. The theater setting did not do much for me. The scenes at the … Continue reading

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WRONG SIDE OF THE PAW By Laurie Cass

This is the fifth book in the Bookmobile series and one of the best ones. Minnie and Eddie in outlawing area. Minnie, Julia are having a good discussion with a client, Leese. It is a good fall day and the … Continue reading

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THE QUESTION OF THE ABSENTEE FATHER By E. J. Cooperman/ Jeff Cohen

The fourth book of the Asperger series. Samuel is able to answer questions but has difficulty expressing his experiences as other people. In this book, his Mother asked the Question “Where is your Father?” Samuel has no recognition of his … Continue reading

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FIXING TO DIE By Miranda James

are antebellum homes located in Natchez among them Cliffwood, the home of Mary Turner Carlin and her husband. In recent months, there are strange happenings, especially in the French room. Mary Turner seems the help of old friends the Ducote … Continue reading

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CAT ABOUT TOWN By Cate Conte

This book is my second favorite book, I have read this year. I am looking forward to reading more about Maddie James and the Orange cat that adopted her at her at her Grandmother ‘s funeral. Maddie named the cat, … Continue reading

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PERSIAN ALWAYS MEOW TWICE By Eileen Watkins

The first book in a new series featuring Cassie McGlone, a cat groomer. It is an easy and informative read. It covers cat grooming, rescue, clicker training and kitten training. Cassie best friend, Dawn Tischler owns a health food store … Continue reading

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DIAL MEOW FOR MURDER By Bethany Blake

A fast, stimulating and funny read from the Lucky Paws Pet Sitters series. Daphne Templeton still has her Volkswagen, her cell phone doesn’t always work and she is moving into the cottage. This book brought smiles and laughter throughout as … Continue reading

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