Two cozy mysteries from authors I enjoy. Farm to Trouble is the fist book in a new series and starts it off nicely. Bound for Murder is the fourth book in a series that is quite enjoyable and set in or around a library is always a winner for me. I received both these books from the publishers via Edelweiss or Netgalley. The ratings and opinions shared are my own.Continue reading “Cozy Mystery Mini-Reviews: Farm to Trouble, Bound for Murder #BookReview”
Over the last few weeks, I have done several read/listen sessions. These three cozy mysteries were all enjoyable stories and I encourage you to read or listen to any of them. The audiobooks were all provided to me by the publisher upon request. The ebooks were also provided through either Netgalley or Edelweiss. All rating and opinions shared are my own.Continue reading “Cozy Mystery Audiobooks #AudiobookReview”
Over the last week, I have listened to several cozy mystery books while outside working in my yard. At one time or another I received each of these books from the publisher via Netgalley or Edelweiss, but I listened to each of them using Hoopla, Scribd or one from the publisher. I enjoyed them all and with the exception of one narrator, I would not hesitate to listen to them again. The ratings and opinions shared are my own.Continue reading “Cozy Mystery Reviews: Murder at the Taffy Shop, Peach Clobbered, Ripe for Vengeance, Nothing Bundt Trouble #AudiobookReviews”
I enjoy reading cozy mysteries and they make a great break between heavy historical fiction stories or some of the darkness that I find in thrillers. These two stories were fun and fit the bill perfectly. One is from a series that I enjoy, the other a debut in a new series.Continue reading “Two Cozy Mysteries: Absence of Alice, Murder by Page One #AudiobookReview”
Welcome to my stop on the blog tour for The Museum Murder by Katie Gayle. This is the second book in the Epiphany Bloom Series. I thoroughly enjoyed the first book in this series, The Kensington Kidnap. When I found out that Katie Gayle had written the second in this series, I was ready to read it. Thanks to Sarah Hardy at Bookouture for this opportunity.
The Museum Murder (Epiphany Bloom #2) by Katie Gayle
Published March 31st 2021 by Bookouture
Book Description: Dastardly deeds, daring deceptions and a dress to die for… Epiphany Bloom is back on the case!Continue reading “The Museum Murder by Katie Gayle #BookReview @Bookouture @KatieGayleBooks”
Three cozy mysteries from series I enjoy. Not all lived up to my expectations.Continue reading “3 Cozy Mystery reviews, fun for all. Murder with Cherry Tarts, Picture Perfect Frame & Long Island Iced Tina #AudiobookReview #BookReview”
My most recent batch of cozy mysteries did not disappoint. I enjoyed them all, some more than others, but definitely recommend them. Bookstores, bakeries, fundraisers, and craft shops are all great settings for different cozies.Continue reading “Four Enjoyable Cozy Mysteries: A Curious Incident, Death by Chocolate Snickerdoodle, Death by Auction, A Crafter Knits a Clue #BookReview”
My third review for Reading Ireland is a cozy mystery, Murder in an Irish Cottage. I enjoy this series and the growth of the characters along the way. This is the 5th book in the series and it is still going strong.Continue reading “Murder in an Irish Cottage (Irish Village Mystery #5) by Carlene O’Connor #BookReview #readingirelandmonth21 #begorrathon21”
Three enjoyable cozy mysteries, from series that I enjoy. All were provided to me by the publisher at one time or another. The rating, ideas and opinions shared are my own. During this uncertain time, I find that I am enjoying listening to books more often than reading them and cozy mysteries are lighter and comfortable reads right now.