There’s Been a Murder! Twenty-Two Autumnal Cozy Mystery Covers

Leaves are changing. Night is falling faster. Pumpkin are finding their way onto porches. It’s finally cool enough that I can open my windows and let some fresh air into my home. Yup, fall is definitely on its way, which is why my TBR pile is currently being stacked with cozy mysteries. For me, there’s nothing like wrapping myself in a blanket and dipping into a cozy novel on a cool fall evening. So for this Top Ten Tuesday, here are some cozy covers that put me right in the fall spirit. As it turns out, though, it was hard to weed items down to only ten, so this week’s list is a double dose (and then some).


15 Minutes of Flame
by Christin Brecher
Goodreads

Bad Neighbors
by Maia Chance
Goodreads

Bear Witness to Murder
by Meg Macy
Goodreads

Behind Chocolate Bars
by Kathy Aarons
Goodreads

A Catered Costume Party
by Isis Crawford
Goodreads

Death by Jack-o’-Lantern
by Alexis Morgan
Goodreads | My Review

Death of a Trickster
by Kate Borden
Goodreads

Death Overdue
by Allison Brook
Goodreads

Digging Up the Remains
by Julia Henry
Goodreads

Ghost of a Potion
by Heather Blake
Goodreads

Gourd to Death
by Kirsten Weiss
Goodreads

Halloween Murder
by Shelley Freydont
Goodreads

A Killer Crop
by Sheila Connolly
Goodreads

Knit of the Living Dead
by Peggy Ehrhart
Goodreads

Murder by the Slice
by Livia J. Washburn
Goodreads

Murder in the Corn Maze
by G.A. McKevett
Goodreads

Pumpkin Pied
by Karen MacInerney
Goodreads

A Roux of Revenge
by Connie Archer
Goodreads

Scared Stiff
by Annelise Ryan
Goodreads

The Spook in the Stacks
by Eva Gates
Goodreads

The Stitching Hour
by Amanda Lee
Goodreads

Vampires, Bones, and Treacle Scones
by Kaitlyn Dunnett
Goodreads


Note: Top Ten Tuesday is a feature hosted by Jana at That Artsy Reader Girl. Be sure to check out her weekly post to find other participants.

47 thoughts on “There’s Been a Murder! Twenty-Two Autumnal Cozy Mystery Covers

  1. What fun! I love cozy mysteries. They have been one of my favorite genres since childhood.

    Death of a Trickster, The Spook in the Stacks, and Knit of the Living Dead all caught my eye. Eva Gates’ books are set in the area where we vacation every year and we have visited the lighthouse on her covers. So fun to read her books.

    Thanks for sharing.

    http://thebookconnectionccm.blogspot.com/2020/09/top-ten-tuesday-top-ten-books-on-my.html

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    1. Oh, that is so much fun. I love when you can connect to the setting in a book—and that lighthouse setting is gorgeous.

      I got into cozy mysteries when I was in high school and I’ve read them (and read them, and read them…) ever since. Always glad to find another cozy lover out there in the stacks!

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