Five Food-Themed Cozies

All the way to the end, it seems like amateur sleuths never can catch a break. A deep, winding murder investigation. Danger lurking around every corner. And that’s on top of having to juggle normal, everyday life complications. No wonder there are so many cozies focused on food. These detectives are famished!

Here are five food-themed cozy mysteries you can check out on your next trip to the library.


Aunty Lee’s Delights
by Ovidia Yu

Though Rose Lee is usually focused on chasing gossip at her highly successful Aunty Lee’s Delights, she can’t help but investigate when a body turns up.

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Bones to Pick
by Linda Lovely

Vegan chef Brie Hooker isn’t thrilled to be living on a farm, but she can’t just leave her Aunt Eva … especially not after one of the pigs digs up a human skull.

Goodreads


Final Sentence
by Daryl Wood Gerber

Jenna Hart is thrilled to be opening her cookbook bookstore, but her opening is threatened when a celebrity chef turns up dead.

Goodreads


If Fried Chicken Could Fly
by Paige Shelton

Betts and Gram love teaching students in preparation for the local cook-off, but things turn south when a body is discovered in their supply closet.

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Sweet and Salty Treachery
by M.E. Harmon

Baker Ali Daniels is thrust into the middle of a murder investigation after the death of a reality TV star.

Goodreads


7 Comments

  1. The Country Cooking School Mysteries are a hoot. I need to go back to that series. I read the first few and loved them. Nice post Christopher, but I could add so many more series. 😄

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    1. Oh, it was so hard to cap it at five, but I didn’t want to make an overwhelming post! Food and cozies. They just go together. I haven’t read The Country Cooking School Mysteries yet, but I have the first one waiting for me on my Kindle. I’ve got a soft spot for Missouri-based fiction, so I’m really looking forward to it. Glad to get an opinion I trust saying that it’s good!

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