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CrimeHQ
July 4 2017

8 Great Fourth of July Cozy Mysteries

Happy Fourth of July from Criminal Element! To celebrate, we compiled some of our favorite Independence Day-themed cozy mysteries for you to enjoy. So fire up the grills, break out the lawn chairs...
JBValeri
May 2 2017

Review: Walking on My Grave by Carolyn Hart

Walking on My Grave by Carolyn Hart is the 26th and final Death on Demand Mystery, where bookseller Annie Darling learns murder and money go hand in hand. New York Times-bestselling and Pulitzer...
CrimeHQ
April 15 2017

Cozy Bookshelf Shopping List: May, 2017

Discover (or remember to order) your next cozy with a delightfully convenient shopping list of upcoming soft-boiled mysteries! Last month, we got April showers and great cozies; this month, we...
CrimeHQ
April 15 2016

Cozy Bookshelf Shopping List: May, 2016

Discover (or remember to order) your next cozy with a delightfully convenient shopping list of upcoming soft-boiled mysteries! Last month was no April fool's joke, just some great April releases;...
CrimeHQ
April 15 2015

Cozy Bookshelf Shopping List: May, 2015

Discover (or remember to order) your next cozy with a delightfully convenient shopping list of upcoming soft-boiled mysteries! We kicked this off last month with April's releases, and now we're...
girlygirl415
November 1 2012

Fall into Winter: The Ten Coziest Cozy Mystery Series

There are few things I enjoy more than the changing of the seasons. When the leaves start to turn, I dream of roaring fires and snowflakes falling from the sky. I make sure my favorite blanket is within...
WilliamLengman
January 6 2012

The Mysteries of Mysterious Bookstores

Readers of mystery fiction may or may not be the most avid fans of their particular genre but they’ve got to be high on the list. Which might go a long way toward explaining why so much mystery fiction...