Hope, Faith, and a Corpse by Laura Jensen Walker

One of the greatest challenges an author faces when writing a cozy mystery is crafting a main character who other people—sometimes complete strangers—actually want to talk to. It's not enough that the sleuth finds themself stumbling through a mystery. If they actually want to solve anything, people have to talk to them. There's all sorts... Continue Reading →

Love at the Little Wedding Shop by the Sea by Jane Linfoot

Is there anything worse than working with a best friend who's betrayed you? Well, yes. Definitely. But it certainly doesn't feel that way at the time, which is why Milla, Jane Linfoot's worn but charming heroine in Love at the Little Wedding Shop by the Sea, whisks herself back where she grew up in Cornwall.... Continue Reading →

The Cottage of New Beginnings by Suzanne Snow

Some books open with a bang, plopping the reader down into the height of drama. Others open with a whimper, showcasing the normal and rosy lives of their characters. The Cottage of New Beginnings, author Suzanne Snow's debut novel, opens with an illegally parked car and some miscommunication. It's somewhere between the two extremes and,... Continue Reading →

The Gift of Family by Mary Monroe

Rosemary and Eugene Johnson seem to have the perfect life, but the Christmas season serves as a stark reminder that their house is empty of the children they've always wanted. This year, their world is further rocked by news that Rosemary will have to undergo emergency surgery. Eugene just wishes he could do something—anything—to make... Continue Reading →

A Very Merry Match by Melinda Curtis

Kindergarten teacher Mary Margaret Sneed always liked to dance, but she never thought she'd be dancing in a burlesque show. However, after the death of her husband leaves her responsible for his severe gambling debt, she doesn't have a lot of options. So when night falls, she dons her wig, her mask, and struts across... Continue Reading →

Peachy Scream by Anna Gerard

Nina Fleet is happy to welcome a troupe of Shakespearean performers into her bed and breakfast—mostly because she didn't realize Harry Westcott, her sometimes enemy, serves as their director. As the campy group settles in, though, Harry quickly becomes the least of her worries. Backstage drama, personal squabbles, and a series of pranks regularly derail... Continue Reading →

Create a website or blog at WordPress.com

Up ↑

Create your website with WordPress.com
Get started