Cozy Mystery List
A Guide to Cozy Mystery (and Other Favorite) Books and DVDs

 

Links to Other Sites of Interest...

Amanda Matetstky... Matetsky is the author of two series: the Paige Turner Mystery Series (set during the 1950s) and the Annie March Mystery Series.

Christie Capers is a wonderful resource for all Cozy Mystery readers. After visiting this site, you may want to motivate your own hometown's library to sponsor something like this! It is a phenomenal mystery-buff's site! I know that after I visited the site for the first time (followed by a second, third, ETC!!! time) I thought about how lucky the people are in Windsor Locks, Connecticut!

Looking for a Mystery? is an absolutely terrific site. If you are "Looking for a Mystery?," you will surely find what you are looking for right on this site. Mystery books are separated into different categories... Are you a quilter, with an urge to find out who has been murdering while they were supposed to be stitching? Or, are you a super supper-maker who wants a little mystery put into your culinary-filled days? You will find all of this, and much more on this very informative site!

Maria Hart Mysteries  This is a series I just found out about. The author, Chris Forman is a high school teacher in New York.

Nero Wolfe has a site dedicated just to him (and his author, Rex Stout) which is one of the most all-inclusive sites you will find! If you want to find out anything (and I mean ANYTHING!) about Nero Wolfe, then do not look any further, simply click on this site.

Roberta Isleib    Isleib is a clinical psychologist who writes two mystery series, one about a professional golfer/sports psychologist. Isleib's second series is about a psychologist/advice columnist.



Dial Me for Murder by Amanda Matetsky
Dial Me for Murder

 

Chalk Dust and Chalk Outlines by Chris Forman
Chalk Dust and Chalk Outlines

 

Asking for Murder by Roberta Isleib
Asking for Murder