CONTEMPORARY COZY MYSTERY
Murder at the Marina (A Mollie McGhie Cozy Sailing Mystery, Book 1) by Ellen Jacobson
When Mollie’s husband gets her a boat for their anniversary, she discovers it comes with an extra surprise: a dead body. Docked at a close-knit marina community, can Mollie find the killer before she winds up dead in the water?
Cozy Keywords: sailing, amateur sleuth
Death by Dark Roast (The Charleton House Mysteries, Book 1) by Kate P Adams
After a baffling murder by coffee machine, amateur sleuth and café manager Sophie Lockwood races to find a killer at Derbyshire’s annual food festival, deep in the heart of the English countryside. Can she crack the case with just her sharp wits and the help of her quirky colleagues?
Cozy Keywords: English country house murder, coffee, cake, culinaryAMAZON
Bed and Breakfast and Murder (Fiona Fleming Cozy Mysteries, Book 1) by Patti Larsen
A girl, a pug and murder. Who knew owning a bed and breakfast could be so deadly?community, can Mollie find the killer before she winds up dead in the water?
Cozy Keywords: pugs, bed and breakfast, small town
Dial P For Poison (Movie Club Mysteries, Book 1) by Zara Keane
“My career in the San Francisco PD ended the day I arrested my husband.” Maggie Doyle gives her cheating ex and crumbling career in the San Francisco PD the proverbial middle finger, and agrees to help her aunt run a café on a remote Irish island. When the most hated woman on Whisper Island is poisoned at the café’s monthly movie night, Maggie’s aunt Noreen is the prime suspect. Can Maggie clear Noreen’s name, or will her terrible baking skills burn down the cafe first?
Cozy Keywords: Ireland, international mystery, travel mystery
Dead Before the Wedding (Carly Keene Cozy Mysteries) by Ruby Blaylock
A small-town photographer discovers one of her clients murdered before his wedding day. Can she figure out who killed him before an innocent person is arrested for the crime?
Cozy Keywords: culinary cozy, baking, photography
Chicken Culprit (The Backyard Farming Mysteries, Book 1) by Vikki Walton
A marauding chicken. A deadly discover. Will Anne regret her move to Carolan Springs, Colorado? With quirky, relatable characters, a mystery that keeps you guessing, Chicken Culprit will tickle your funny bone and touch your heart.
Cozy Keywords: United States, animals, small town, amateur sleuth,
Death Takes A Break (A Taylor Texas Mystery, Book 1) by Vikki Walton
Pie-baking sleuth Christie Taylor, travels home to the Texas Hill Country for a visit with her Pop. As soon as she arrives, she finds herself embroiled with developers who will do anyting to get their land. When someone dies, can Christie uncover the killer before they strike again?
Cozy Keywords: United States, cooking, culinary, baking, horses, small town, Texas, animals, amateur sleuth
Betrayal at the Beach (Dangerous Curves, Book 1) by K.L. Montgomery
Humpty Bumpkin (Country Cousin Cozy Mysteries, Book 1) by Sam Cheever
Deer Hollow is a small community built in a verdant, rolling countryside. Big city ways are rejected at the Hollow. Things like murder, which can turn a sunny Sunday in June right over onto its bucolic head.
Cozy Keywords: pets, amateur sleuth, country cozy, quirky, small town
The Long Island Iced Tea Goodbye (Career Crisis Café Mystery Book 1) by Emily Selby
Sticker Sheet Murder (A Sticker Shop Mystery, Book 1) by Courtney Flagg
Limoncello Yellow (Franki Amato Mysteries, Book 1) by Traci Andrighetti
Francesca “Franki” Amato takes a job at her best friend’s New Orleans PI agency and learns that solving crime in The Big Easy is no Bourbon Street party.
Cozy Keywords: Mardi Gras mystery
News and Nectarines: A Small Town Cozy Mystery (Tri-Town Murders, Book 1) by Carly Winter
Boddies, Baddies and a Crabby Tabby (The Bliss Bay Village Mysteries) by Sherri Bryan
Getaway Death (Lily Rock Mysteries, Book 1) by Bonnie Hardy
Olivia Greer’s trip to the small town of Lily Rock has not been the relaxing getaway she hoped for. She was run off the road by a tailgater. Rescued by a handsome stranger. A friend was found dead. Oh, and now Olivia is the prime suspect in the murder. She really should have stayed home…