Tag: cozy mystery

Gone West by Carola Dunn

Gone West by Carola Dunn

Gone West by Carola Dunn Series: Daisy Dalrymple #20 Published by Minotaur Books on January 17, 2012 Genres: British mystery, Cozy Mystery, Historical Mystery Pages: 304 Format: Hardcover Source: the library Add to Goodreads Also in this series: Anthem for Doomed Youth, Heirs of the Body, The Corpse at the… January 20, 2013 Book Reviews 0 ★★★½

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Wicked Autumn, by G. M. Malliet (review)

Wicked Autumn, by G. M. Malliet (review)

Wicked Autumn Published by Minotaur Books on September 13th, 2011 Genres: British mystery, Cozy Mystery Pages: 297 Format: Hardcover Source: the library Purchase: Amazon | Book Depository | Bookshop | Barnes & Noble Add to Goodreads The first in a delightful series, Wicked Autumn sharply skewers the quintessential English village… Read more »

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Review: “Murder on the Rocks,” by Karen MacInerney

Review: “Murder on the Rocks,” by Karen MacInerney

Category: mystery Series: Gray Whale Inn Mysteries Book Source: public library Murder on the Rocks, the first in Karen MacInerney’s “Gray Whale Inn Mystery” series, should have a lot going for it.  MacInerney’s writing is competent, if not inspired, and all the necessary elements are in place for a typical… Read more »

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Anthem for Doomed Youth by Carola Dunn

Anthem for Doomed Youth by Carola Dunn

Anthem for Doomed Youth by Carola Dunn Series: Daisy Dalrymple #19 Published by Minotaur Books on April 29, 2011 Genres: British mystery, Cozy Mystery, Historical Mystery Pages: 289 Format: Hardcover Source: the library Add to Goodreads Also in this series: Gone West, Heirs of the Body, The Corpse at the… May 14, 2011 Book Reviews 0 ★★★

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Bewitching Mysteries series (Madelyn Alt)

Bewitching Mysteries series (Madelyn Alt)

Following an Amazon recommendation, I recently read two books in Madelyn Alt’s paranormal mystery series, Bewitching Mysteries: The Trouble with Magic and Hex Marks the Spot.  (Those are numbers one and three of the series; sadly, my library doesn’t seem to have book two.)  I called them “paranormal” mysteries, but… Read more »

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