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Cozy Mystery Series

So many books, I can’t keep up! I decided to look at cozy mystery series I will prioritise. Some I am almost up to date with so I haven’t included those. Another time I might look at other series I want to keep up to date with as well. The one thing about a cozy mystery is they do read quickly on the whole. so that’s a reading positive.

Checked Out for Murder This is #4 in the Haunted Library Mystery series and I have enjoyed the first three via audio. So this is a definite series to follow through.

Love the library ghost, the library cat and librarian Carrie. I see she gets on some reader’s nerves but my nerves are reasonably stable at the moment!! I also like the mysteries and the narrator does a good job.

book cover The Royal Spyness series and I am up to this one #7 Heirs and Graces. So well narrated and a load of fluffy royal British fun. Such easy listening and some interesting murders and situations.

The Whispered WordLook at those yummy scones on the cover, plus the books of course. I enjoyed #1 and The Whispered Word is #2 of The Secret, Book and Scone series. It has a group of women, one of them Nora, runs the bookshop and she knows how to pick the right book for you. Again the narrater Cris Dukehart presents the books really well.

book coverThis is #1 of the Liz Talbot Mystery series. I haven’t started this one but its in my library at Audible …. waiting! Liz Talbot is a modern Southern belle: she blesses hearts and takes names. She carries her Sig 9 in her Kate Spade handbag, and her golden retriever, Rhett, rides shotgun in her hybrid Escape. When her grandmother is murdered, Liz high-tails it back to her South Carolina island home to find the killer.Twisted threads

I’m up to date with reading  my quilting cozy series and so even though I don’t do needlepoint this series comes recommended by a respected cozy mystery reader,  so I have this one out from the library. Love the cover again and I am looking forward to reaching it. Because its #1 in the series I am hoping I’ll be able to keep this one for awhile as most interested will have read it.

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9 thoughts on “Cozy Mystery Series”

  1. I am very curious to see what you think of the Lea Wait series. I love the Rhys Bowen series and am going to roll that one into my project soon. I’ve read the early books and the later books but I missed the middle ones! I love that Allison Brooks series but really do need to try the Ellery Adams books. I have the first one on Audible.
    I just finished The Moon Sister (it was the one set in Scotland like you thought) and the second half really redeemed it! It isn’t my favorite in the series (that’s probably Cece’s though Ally’s is a close 2nd) but I did end up really enjoying it.

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    1. I will get on to the Lea Wait book probably in August! Just renewed it at library to make sure I can keep it longer. Rhys Bowen series is entertaining for sure, love the narration I think – so British! I thing CeCe’s story was a favourite for me too, they are all good in their own way. When you get to the Missing Sister be prepared for a sharp stop ending!

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