Dec. 18, 2010
Dec. 16, 2010
Dec. 14, 2010
Dec. 8, 2010
Nov. 28, 2010
Alan Gordon: Gordon writes the Fools’ Guild Mystery Series, which is set in the 13th century. Fools’ Guild features court jesters who are secret agents. The first mystery in the series (Thirteenth Night) is a continuation of Shakespeare’s The Twelfth Night.
Diane Morlan: Morlan writes the Jennifer Penny Mystery Series and remember not to call her “Jenny Penny”! Jennifer is a coffee brewer/roaster/sleuth in Minnesota.
Phil Rickman: Rickman wirtes the Merrily Watkins Mystery Series which features a Church of England parish priest who is also a single mother. She is a type of “exorcist.” (Not Cozy)
Gayle Wigglesworth: Wigglesworth writes the Claire Gulliver Mystery Series. Claire is a librarian who inherits her uncle’s traveling bookshop, who then decides to quit her librarian’s life and moves from place to place with her traveling bookshop. Each mystery takes place in a different location.
Nov 24, 2010
Nov. 21, 2010
Nov. 14, 2010
Nov. 12, 2010
Nov. 1, 2010
Oct. 29, 2010
Oct. 25, 2010
And, if you are interested in seeing other Mystery Book Awards, I have a page called Mystery Book Awards that you can access right now.
Oct. 23, 2010
Hannah Alexander is a pseudonym for Cheryl & Mel Hodde… a husband and wife Christy award-winning writing team. Alexander was recommended as writing Christian mysteries – with a little medical suspense and romance mixed together.
Kate Jacobs is a New York Times bestselling author who writes a very popular series. Her series, the Friday Night Knitting Club, is not a mystery series, but comes highly recommended for the site.
Delia Rosen writes a mystery series that takes place in Nashville. Her series, the Deadly Deli Mystery Series features a new-to-Nashville sleuth who inherits her uncle’s deli.
Ann Summerville currently lives in Texas, and writes stand-alone Cozy Mysteries. Since Summerville was born in England, she features British sleuths in her mysteries. One of the mysteries is set in a Cornish village, and another mystery brings her British sleuth all the way to Texas.
Oct. 22, 2010
Oct. 18, 2010
Oct. 8, 2010
Oct. 4, 2010
Vicki Doudera‘s Darby Farr Mystery Series is set on an island off the coast of Maine, and features a real estate agent…
Mary Anna Evans, an engineer who also has a degree in physics, writes the Faye Longchamp Mystery Series. This series features an archaeologist on the Florida Gulf Coast…
Al Roker is the weatherman on a national morning show who sometimes does the cooking segments. Roker now writes (with Dick Lochte) the Billy Blessing Mystery Series which features a professional chef who does the cooking segments on a national morning show…
Nancy Means Wright writes two series: the Ruth Willmarth Mystery Series features a dairy farmer/single mom in Vermont AND the Mary Wollstonecraft Series which features an English governess in 18th Century Ireland. (Wollstonecraft was a “real” person.)
Remember that these authors have been recommended as “belonging on the site” by site readers…
Sept. 30, 2010
I asked for help from site readers, and here is a list we compiled. Welcome to the NEW Cozy Mystery Readers out there! You should be able to find a few authors who match what you are looking for!
Sept 24, 2010
Elizabeth J. Duncan: Penny Brannigan Mystery Series: Penny is a Canadian manicurist who moves to North Wales and sleuths with her business partner/best friend. Duncan’s first mystery was nominated for an Agatha Award Best First Novel…
Fay Risner: Amazing Gracie Mystery Series: Gracie is a retired farmer who lives in Iowa during the early 1900s. Although she lives in a retirement home, she is not at all retiring…
Ian Sansom: Mobile Library Mystery Series: Israel Armstrong is a vegetarian librarian (mobile library, that is) in Northern Ireland who sleuths. (The series is supposed to be very funny.)
Catherine Shaw: Vanessa Duncan Cambridge Mystery Series: Vanessa is a sleuth who is also a teacher during the late 1800s in Cambridge…
Sept. 18, 2010
Gary Corby writes the historical Ancient Greece Mystery which, of course, takes place in Ancient Greece… It is set in the fifth century B. C.
Barbara Hamilton is the author of the historical Abigail Adams Mystery Series, which features Abigail (wife of John Adams) as the sleuth in colonial Boston.
Maria Hudgins writes the Dotsy Lamb Travel Mystery Series which has taken Dotsy (a retired history professor) sleuthing her way through Italy, Scotland, and the Greek Isles.
Liz Osborne‘s Robyn Kelly Mystery Series features a patient representative at a hospital as its sleuth.
Sept. 16, 2010
The Duchess of Duke Street (not a mystery)
Sept. 14, 2010
Sept. 10, 2010
Sept. 6, 2010
Mystery Books that Take Place in Pennsylvania.
Sept. 3, 2010
I just updated the Halloween Mystery Book List and hope that I have posted (at least!) most of them. If you see any that I have missed, please let me know…
Aug. 16, 2010
Sarah Addison Allen is a New York Times bestselling author. She holds a degree in Literature and writes stand alone novels that include magical happenings. I understand that while she doesn’t write mysteries, her novels include some “degree of mysteries”…
Olive Etchells writes the DCI Channon Mystery Series which features a Cornish seaside village’s detective chief inspector and his sergeant…
Jim Lacey is a Professor Emeritus with his Ph.D. in American Civilization. He writes the Ryan /Lehrer Mystery Series which is set in the world of academia…
Donna Lynd writes the Gran and Bass Olson Mystery Series which is set in Arkansas, and features a grandmother and her adult grandson who become private investigators so that they can … investigate…
Aug, 14, 2010
Aug. 8, 2010
Aug. 4, 2010
Aug. 2, 2010
John L. Betcher: James Becker Mystery Series (aka James Becker Nuclear Thriller Series)… This series features a retired military intelligence operative and his CIA code-cracking wife.
Lucille Kallen: C. B. Greenfield Mystery Series… C. B. is a cello-playing owner of a newspaper who sleuths with a piano-playing reporter.
M. Louisa Locke: Locke’s Victorian San Francisco Mystery Series features the owner of a boardinghouse who also happens to be a clairvoyant.
Meira Pentermann: Pentermann is a new author who has written a paranormal mystery set in Maine.
July 27, 2010
July 22, 2010
July 20, 2010
July 17, 2010
Barry S. Brown is a clinical psychologist, who writes the Mrs. Hudson of Baker Street Mystery Series. Mrs. Hudson of 221-B Baker Street not only keeps house for Sherlock Homes. She solves a few mysteries of her own…
Denise Osborne has her B. A. in journalism and has had a passion for Asian culture ever since attending high school in Japan. Her two series are set in California: the Feng Shui Mystery Series features a practitioner of feng shui, and her Queenie Davilov Mystery Series features a screenwriter/sleuth.
Allison Cesario Paton is an ex-elementary music teacher with her master’s in counseling. She writes the Mrs. Bundle Mystery Series which is set in Vermont. Mrs. Bundle, a “senior citizen,” starts up her own private detective business…
Sheila Radley writes the British Inspector Quantrill Mystery Series. Inspector Quantrill is a country policeman who is not totally up to date with modern police techniques. However, his sergeant (Hilary Lloyd) is quite adept at current day procedures.
July 13, 2010
July 5, 2010
July 2, 2010
June 30, 2010
June 26, 2010
June 24, 2010
June 22, 2010
June 18, 2010
Mysteries that take place in Vermont.
June 9, 2010
June 5, 2010
I just posted the 2010 Nero Award Nominees! Congratulations to all three of them! We will have to wait until the Black Orchid Banquet in December to find out who the final winner is.
Also, I have added even more authors to the website, thanks to your recommendations:
Amanda Lee (aka Gayle Trent): the NEW Embroidery Mystery Series… owner of an embroidery shop in Oregon…
Gilbert Morris: pastor for ten years, writes the Jacques & Cleo, Cat Detectives Mystery Series, the Lady Trent Mystery Series (set in 19th century London), and the Danielle Ross Mystery Series (aka Dani Ross Mystery Series)…
Mark Schweizer: the Liturgical Mystery Series…a small town police chief who also is the choir director and organist at his Episcopalian church…
Robert Spiller: the Bonnie Pinkwater Mystery Series… a high school math teacher/sleuth…
May 24, 2010
Erle Stanley Gardner (aka A. A. Fair): Perry Mason Mystery Series, amongst others…
Kathryn Miller Haines: Rosie Winter Mystery Series… takes place during WW II in New York City…
Susan Sleeman: Garden Gate Mystery Series… features a landscaper in Oregon…
May 22, 2010
Jan Dunlap Dunlap, a college English teacher, writes the Birder Murder Mystery Series. The series takes place in Minnesota and features a high school counselor who also happens to be a birder/sleuth…
Judith K. Ivie Ivie writes the Kate Lawrence Mystery Series which features a 40 (+) year old who starts out in a Hartford law firm, and ends up as realtor/sleuths…
Marianne Macdonald Macdonald, previously a professor in both Canada and England, writes the Dido Hoare Mystery Series which features a single mother, antiquarian bookshop owner/sleuth…
Remember that I get the new additions to the site from Cozy Mystery site readers.
May 14, 2010
May 12, 2010
May 6, 2010
May 4, 2010
Avery Aames: Cheese Shop Mystery Series features the co-owner of a cheese shop in Ohio and her precious Ragdoll cat, Rags…
Riley Adams AND Elizabeth Spann Craig: As Adams – Memphis Barbeque Mystery Series which features Lulu Taylor, the owner of a barbeque restaurant. As Craig- Myrtle Clover Mystery Series which features an octogenarian, retired teacher/sleuth…
May 2, 2010
April 27, 2010
Stephanie Bond: Bond writes the Body Movers Mystery Series – set in Atlanta, Georgia AND the Voodoo Mystery Series – set in Louisiana.
Christy Tillery French: French writes the Natasha Chamberlain Mystery Series which features a bodyguard in Tennessee.
Lindsay Maracotta: Maracotta writes the Lucy Freers Msytery Series which features a Hollywood filmmaker/sleuth.
Diana Orgain: Orgain writes the Maternal Instincts Mystery Series which takes place in California, and features a new mom/sleuth.
April 17, 2010
April 9, 2010
Janie Bolitho: writes the Bolitho writes the Cornish countryside Rose Trevelyan Mystery Series, about a sleuth who is an artist. Bolitho also writes the Ian Roper Mystery Series which follows Ian Roper, a chief inspector…
Amanda Flower Flower and her sleuth in the India Hayes Mystery Series are both college librarians…
Maria E. Schneider Schneider has written three mystery novels, and is currently working on her fourth. (Yes, some of you may recognize Maria from her great comments on the Cozy Mystery blog!)
Paige Shelton Shelton (a journalism major in college) writes the Farmer’s Market Mystery Series, which features a sleuth who happens to be the owner of a farm…
March 23, 2010
March 21, 2010
March 19, 2010
March 15, 2010
March 13, 2010
March 9, 2010
March 5, 2010
Rebecca M. Hale: Cats and Curios Mystery Series… Hale (a patent lawyer) writes this series which features a main character/sleuth who is an accountant in San Francisco, who also owns an antique shop…
Spencer Quinn (aka Peter Abrahams): Chet and Bernie Mystery Series… Chet is Bernie’s dog, and he also happens to be the narrator of this mystery series. I know that I have said this before, I absolutely love it when established mystery authors write books for children and/or young adults… which Peter Abrahams does!
Beth Solheim: Sadie Witt Mystery Series… Sadie is the owner of a resort. She happens to be able to see the dead, and her dog joins her in these paranormal visions…
March 2, 2010
Feb. 28, 2010
Feb. 25, 2010
Feb. 24, 2010
Feb. 17, 2010
Feb. 11, 2010
Kaye C Hill comes highly recommended by Maria, who some of you probably recognize as a frequent poster of comments on the site’s blog. Hill writes a British mystery series which features a woman who is mistaken as a private investigator…
Stacy Juba was the 2005 recipient of the Malice Domestic Grant for new mystery writers. Juba is also an award-winning journalist and the author of the stand alone mystery novel Twenty-Five Years Ago Today.
Carolyn J. Rose writes mysteries both with her husband Mike Nettleton, and alone. Her mystery series take place in both Oregon and New Mexico.
Judith Van Gieson writes two mystery series, both of which are set in New Mexico. One of the series features an archivist/librarian/sleuth.
Remember that all of the new additions are authors who Cozy Mystery Site Readers have recommended for the site’s inclusion.
Feb. 9, 2010
Linda Hall was awarded the American Christian Fiction Writers Book of the Year Award in 2008, as well as the The Word Guild Award for best Christian mystery in Canada…
Gail Oust writes the Bunco Babes Mystery Series which features a retirement community Bunco group of (senior) sleuths. (Bunco is a type of dice game…)
Denise Tucker (an Associate Professor who both writes mysteries and makes (beautiful!) jewelry) writes the Madame President Mystery Series which is unique in that each book of the series features a famous house, castle, or villa.
Eugenia Lovett West writes the Emma Streat Mystery Series which features a former opera diva/sleuth. The series is set in Boston…
Feb. 5, 2010
Jan. 30, 2010
Jessica Beck: Donut Shop Mystery Series… North Carolina, Sleuth is owner of Donut Hearts Coffee Shop… (Doughnut recipes are included.)
Lisa Bork: Broken Vows Mystery Series… New York, Sleuth is owner of a sports car boutique…
Kate Ellis: (Not Cozy) Wesley Peterson Mystery Series, Joe Plantagenet Mystery Series, & Lady Katheryn Bulkeley Mystery Series. Ellis mixes history, archaeology, and mystery…
Christy Evans: Georgiana Neverall Mystery Series… Oregon, Sleuth is ex-executive who returns home to become a plumber apprentice…
Jan. 20, 2010
Jan. 18, 2010
Carole Buggé writes both the Claire Rawlings Mystery Series (featuring an editor/sleuth) and the Sherlock Holmes Mystery Series (featuring the fictional Holmes character.)
Jana DeLeon pens the Ghost-In-Law Mystery Series which features a botanist, her best friend, and the botanist’s former mother-in-law (as in dead M-I-L!)
Mary Kennedy writes the Talk Radio Mystery Series which features a former psychologist who moves to Florida and becomes the hostess of a radio talk show. (Kennedy, a practicing psychologist has also worked as a radio copywriter.)
Jan. 15, 2010
Jan. 7, 2010
Here are the four most recent authors who you all have recommended for me to include on the site. Now, I know that one of them is a psychological thriller author, but her books look intriguing to me!
Luisa Buehler: Grace Marsden Mystery Series… features an obsessive/compulsive cold case sleuth…
Sarah Rayne: Rayne writes Stand Alone psychological thrillers…
Rebecca Tope: Tope’s latest British mystery series is called the Cotswold Mystery Series. An interesting note is that Tope ghostwrote the mysteries on which the Rosemary and Thyme shows were based.
Leslie Wheeler: With all of her degrees from California universities (Bachelor’s degree in both English and history from Stanford a Master’s in English from UC/Berkeley) do you wonder why Wheeler decided to write the Living History Mystery series?
Thanks for the recommendations!
I hope you ALL had great holiday seasons… and are ready for a GREAT new year!
Dec. 19, 2009
Carolyn Banks: She Rides, He Doesn’t Mystery Series
Sharon Duncan: Scotia MacKinnon Mystery Series
Cyril Hare: Inspector Mallet Mystery Series & Francis Pettigrew Mystery Series [Hare’s An English Murder is one of my favorite British Cozy mystery Christmas books, along with Patrick Ruell‘s (aka Reginald Hill) Red Christmas.]
Iris Johansen: Eve Duncan Mystery Series (Thriller)
Dec. 17, 2009
Dec. 8, 2009
Joani Ascher: Wally Morris Mystery Series
Gayle Carline: Peri Minneopa Mystery Series
Tina Czarnota: Country Inn, Dead & Breakfast Mystery Series
Nov. 30, 2009
Nov. 28, 2009
Nov. 23, 2009
November 15, 2009
November 10, 2009
November 8, 2009
I hope that people (as in adults) are not put-off by the fact that it stars Jim Henson’s Muppets. (All of the “real people” in the film are also terrific.) This is not a “children’s only” movie! And, the great news is that my local (and maybe yours!) Blockbuster store carries it.
October 31, 2009
October 20, 2009
October 14, 2009
Lucy Lawrence (aka Jenn McKinlay): Decoupage Mystery Series
Jenn McKinlay (aka Lucy Lawrence): Cupcake Bakery Mystery Series
Judi McCoy: Dog Walker Mystery Series
Wendy Lyn Watson: Mystery à la Mode Mystery Series
Peggy Webb: Southern Cousins Mystery Series
October 10, 2009
Lori Copeland: Morning Shade Mystery Series…
Elizabeth Corley: Detective Chief Inspector Andrew Fenwick Mystery Series
Veronica Heley: Ellie Quicke Mystery Series AND Abbot Agency Mystery Series
Deryn Lake (aka Dinah Lampitt): John Rawlings Mystery Series
September 24, 2009
A.K. Arenz… Bouncing Grandma Mystery Series
Libi Astaire… Ezra Melamed Mystery Series
Kristin Callender… first mystery novel published in 2008
Yvonne Montgomery… Finny Aletter Mystery Series
L.R. Wright (aka Laurali R. Wright)… Karl Alberg Mystery Series AND the Eddie (Edwina) Henderson Mystery Series
September 15, 2009
September 3, 2009
Evelyn David is a pseudonym used by two authors who write the Sullivan Investigations Mystery Series, which features a divorcée mortician who sleuths with an ex-policeman and his Irish Wolfhound, Whiskey.
Louise Ure writes psychological thrillers which take place in Arizona…
Katherine Valentine writes the inspirational Dorsetville Series, which is not a mystery series…
Penny Warner writes the Connor Westphal Mystery Series which features a California newspaper publisher. Warner also wrote The Official Nancy Drew Handbook.
August 30, 2009
August 28, 2009
August 21, 2009
August 17, 2009
July 30, 2009
Torrey Chanslor: Beagle Sisters Mystery Series… two Manhattan spinsters inherit a detective agency.
Margaret Erskine: Septimus Finch Mystery Series… features a Scotland Yard Inspector…
Phoebe Atwood Taylor (aka Freeman Dana & Alice Tilton): popular Leonidas Witherall and Asey Mayo Mystery Series, both set in the Boston/Cape Cod area…
Josephine Tey: Alan Grant Mystery Series… features an Inspector for the Scotland Yard…
July 24, 2009
Barbara Bretton: Chloe Hobbs’ Paranormal Mystery Series… Half sorceress and half human, Chloe is the proud owner of Vermont’s Sticks and Strings Knitting Shop…
Anne Canadeo (aka Katherine Spencer): Black Sheep Knitting Mystery Series… This series also has a knitting theme. Maggie Messina is the owner of a knitting shop and does her sleuthing in Massachusetts. As Katherine Spencer she co-authors the Cape Light Series (non-mystery) with Thomas Kinkade.
Elizabeth Lynn Casey (aka Laura Bradford): Southern Sewing Circle Mystery Series… The sleuth in this series is a librarian who is also a member of this particular sewing circle in South Carolina.
Elise Hyatt: Daring Finds Mystery Series… The sleuth in this series owns a furniture refinishing business. As a bonus, furniture refinishing tips are included in the mysteries.
July 20, 2009
July 18, 2009
July 14, 2009
July 12, 2009
Nancy Lynn Jarvis: The Regan McHenry Real Estate Mystery Series takes place in Santa Cruz…
Tracey Kiely: The Elizabeth Parker Mystery Series combines Kiely’s love for British Cozies with Jane Austen…
Thomas Perry: The Jane Whitefield Mystery Series features a Seneca Wolf Clan member who hides people who need to disappear…
Thanks for the recommendations!
June 30, 2009
Casey Daniels: Pepper Martin Mystery Series features a cemetery tour guide who gets help from a deceased mob boss…
Clare Langley-Hawthorne: Ursula Marlowe Mystery Series takes place in the early 1900s, in London, and features a suffragette…
Gail Lukasik: Lee Girard Mystery Series has a sleuth who is a breast cancer survivor who is a journalist…
Archer Mayor: Joe Gunther Mystery Series features a police detective in Vermont. (Not Cozy…)
June 26, 2009
June 20, 2009
June 12, 14, & 16 of 2009
June 10, 2009
June 6, 2009
June 4, 2009
June 2, 2009
Walter Sorrells, Ruth Birmingham, & Lynn Abercrombie are all the same person, but different series and different genres. Birmingham writes the Sunny Childs Mystery Series, Lynn Abercrombie has the Cold Case Thriller Series, and Walter Sorrells writes stand-alone thrillers, along with the Hunted Series and the Chass Pureheart Series for young adults. (As I have said before, I LOVE it when adults who write for adults also write for young adults and children!)
David Handler (and 1/2 of Russell Andrews with Peter Gethers): Handler writes two mystery series by himself: the Berger & Mitry Mystery Series, which features a film critic and a policewoman and, for all of you dog lovers out there, the Stewart Hoag & Lulu Mystery Series, which features a loyal Basset Hound and her ghostwriter owner.
Charlotte Hughes: Hughes writes the Kate Holly Mystery Series which features a clinical psychologist. And, Janet Evanovich fans will recognize Hughes as the collaborating author of the Max Holt Full Series (with Janet Evanovich.)
Marne Davis Kellogg: Kellogg writes two series: the Kick Keswick Mystery Series which features a retired jewel thief and auctioneer, and the Lilly Bennett Mystery Series which features a Wyoming private detective.
May 31, 2009
Marnette Falley has written the fourth mystery in the popular Queen Bees Quilt Mystery Series…
Karen E. Olson writes a cozy mystery series which is set in a unique location. It is the Tattoo Shop Mystery Series…
Wendy Roberts pens the Ghost Dusters Mystery Series which is set in a death scene cleaning company…
Beth Sherman writes a series which features a ghostwriter in the Jersey Shore Mystery Series…
May 29, 2009
May 26, 2009
May 22, 2009
May 21, 2009
May 8, 2009
May 4, 2009
April 14, 2009
Bill Crider is a best-selling author who wrote his PhD dissertation about the hardboiled detective novel. He recently retired from being an English professor so that he could spend more of his time writing novels. He has several mystery series, including the Dan Rhodes Mystery Series.
Gail Fraser has her MBA and worked in corporate America before writing her Lumby Series, which is not a mystery series. If you like Jan Karon’s Mitford Series, you might enjoy Fraser’s Lumby Series.
Josi S. Kilpack just started her Sadie Hoffmiller Culinary Mystery Series. She writes inspirational books.
Lynda S. Robinson (aka Suzanne Robinson) has her PhD in Anthropology and writes the Lord Meren Series, which is set during ancient Egypt’s reign of Pharaoh Tutankhamun. Lord Meren is the main investigator in the kingdom. (She also writes ancient Egyptian, Elizabethan, Victorian, and Civil War historical romance novels as Suzanne Robinson.)
April 9, 2009
Edie Claire: Leigh Koslow Mystery Series… books’ titles begin with the word “Never” and are about an advertising copywriter/sleuth in Pennsylvania…
Elizabeth Dearl: Taylor Madison Mystery Series… features a Texas author/sleuth…
Shelly Fredman: Brandy Alexander Mystery Series… features Philadelphia journalist/sleuth…
Paul Magrs: Brenda & Effie Mystery Series… involves two best friends who investigate supernatural mysteries…
Remember that since these authors have been recommended to me by readers of the site, I am not familiar with their work… yet!
April 7, 2009
Jennie Bentley writes the Do It Yourself Mystery Series which features Avery Marie Baker, a New York professional house renovations expert.
Gail Bowen is a professor of English in Canada who writes the Joanne Kilbourn Mystery Series which has, as its sleuth, a Canadian professor
Mindy Starns Clark writes two inspirational mystery series: the Million Dollar Mystery Series and the Smart Chick Mystery Series.
Ruth Dudley Edwards became a civil servant in London and a freelance writer after finishing graduate school at Cambridge. Edwards writes the Robert Amiss Mystery Series which features a retired civil servant in England.
April 3, 2009
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April 1, 2009
March 22, 2009
This includes the specifically-named states (and Washington, DC) that the person requesting this theme asked for, other than the “Eastern Seaboard” states. So, I am now going to work my way randomly through other states, sprinkling in “Eastern Seaboard” states as I go. Next up: Texas!
March 20, 2009
Peter Abresch: James P. Dandy Elderhostel Mystery Series… Jim Dandy used to be a physical therapist and is now retired, taking a class at an elderhostel…
Sally Chapman (aka Annie Griffin): Silicon Valley Mystery Series… Californian Julie Blake investigates computer fraud…
Annie Griffin (aka Sally Chapman): Hannah & Kiki Mystery Series… These two “over 60” year old sisters have taken to investigating…
Margaret Searles: Mrs. Millet and Mrs. Hark Mystery Series… These two senior citizens enjoy sleuthing…
March 18, 2009
These interviews are fun!
March 16, 2009
March 14, 2009
March 10, 2009
I had the pleasure of interviewing Kate Collins yesterday, and she had a lot of interesting things to say. I am sure that current (and future!) fans of her popular Flower Shop Mystery Series will enjoy the interview.
I am looking forward to bringing more interviews to you all, from authors who you enjoy reading.
March 8, 2009
Feb. 28, 2009
Feb. 18, 2009
Feb. 13, 2009
Maggie Barbieri Murder 101 Mystery Series… An English professor at a New York City college is the sleuth in this series.
Georgette Heyer Superintendent Hannasyde Mystery Series and several Stand Alones from which to choose.
Margaret Yorke Dr. Patrick Grant Mystery Series, along with many Stand Alones…
Feb. 9, 2009
Feb. 7, 2009
Jan. 30, 2009
Stephen Booth: Cooper & Fry Mystery Series… This series takes place in beautiful Derbyshire, England and features two police detectives…
Ellen Crosby: Wine Country Mystery Series… Lucie Montgomery is a winery owner in Virginia, who sleuths on the side….
Eileen Davidson: Soap Opera Mystery Series… Who says that being a beautiful soap opera star means you limit yourself to acting? Both Davidson and her sleuth are Soap Opera actresses who do much more….
Elspeth Huxley: Superintendent Vachell Mystery Series… Superintendent Vachell has moved from Canada and is now living in Kenya…
Jan. 24, 2009
Jan. 21, 2009
Annette Blair, a best selling author has just added the Vintage Magic Mystery Series to her repertoire. She writes both the Accidental Witch and the Triplet Witches series, which have been described as contemporary romance novels.
Kate Carlisle pens the Bibliophile Mystery Series which has, as its sleuth, a rare book expert.
Joanne Clarey used to be a teacher, (Master’s in Counselilng and Doctorate in Education) but is now writing her Hummingbird Falls Mystery Series full-time.
Jan. 15, 2009
Jan 10, 2009
Linda Berry writes the Trudy Roundtree Mystery Series which features the only woman in an all male police department in a small town in Georgia.
Patricia Guiver writes the Pet Detective Mystery Series which features a detective and her faithful Doberman Pinscher who helps her in her sleuthing.
Kasey Michaels is New York Times and USA Today bestselling author who writes the Maggie Kelly Mystery Series.
Jan. 6, 2009
Leslie Charteris writes The Saint Mystery Series. Some of you may remember The Saint television series from many years ago. The Saint (aka Simon Templar) is a rather dashing/debonair millionaire, who not only is a sleuth, but also a thief!
John Creasy has many pseudonyms and even more mystery (and spy) series. The pseudonyms that I am posting on the site include: J. J. Marric, M. E. Cooke, Robert Caine Frazer, Anthony Morton, Gordon Ashe, Rodney Mattheson, Patrick Gill, Brian Hope, Colin Hughes, Anthony Morton, Charles Hogarth, Richard Martin, Kyle Hunt, & Abel Mann.
Ellery Queen is a pseudonym for two cousins who write the books and stories together. Ellery Queen is both the name of the author and the name of the character of the series. And then there is the magazine by that same name!
Jan. 4, 2009
What better way to start the “What’s New to the Cozy Mystery Site” area than by writing an entry about something that has absolutely nothing to do with the site… but rather with an actress whose movies I highly recommend: Judy Holliday.
Dec. 23, 2008
Gabriella Herkert While attending law school, Herkert became aware of a case of a woman who left her fortune to her cat. This case is the basis of Herkert’s first Animal Instinct Mystery Series novel…
Allana Martin Martin writes the Death of a ***** Mystery Series which features the owner of a Texan trading post and her husband, a veterinarian.