Why Cozy Mysteries and Recipes Are the Perfect Mix
Here are some of the best cozy mystery titles that include lots of tasty recipes. Prepare yourself for some incredible food and lots of page-turners.
Eight Cozy Mysteries To Curl Up With
Cozy mysteries are the perfect recipe of suspense and sleuth, deadly and smart. That's one of the reasons we love them.
The perfect recipe for a cozy mystery
Author of the new mystery Arsenic and Adobo, Mia P. Manansala shares the perfect recipe for a cozy mystery!
The Crime Fiction Series You’ve (Probably) Never Heard Of
Lilian Jackson Braun was an American mystery writer and the author of the 29 Cat Who mysteries.
Where to Start with MC Beaton’s Agatha Raisin Series
No matter which one you pick, M.C. Beaton's Agatha Raisin's adventures will keep you guessing from the first page to the last.
Novel Investigations: A Brief History of Cozy Mysteries
What does the term "cozy mystery" really mean? And where did the genre come from?
Top 10 Poirot Novels According To Goodreads
Christie readers have rated her books from one to five stars, and with the list below, you can see which of the Poirot novels have the highest ratings.
Which Laura Childs Cozy Mystery Should You Read First?
Here are the 10 of the best Laura Childs mysteries to introduce you to the worlds of quaint towns, delicious plot lines, and clever and quick-witted protagonists.
Where to Start with M.C. Beaton’s Hamish MacBeth Mysteries
Among Beaton's best-loved creations is Constable Hamish MacBeth, a Scottish investigator charged with protecting the citizens of quaint but isolated (and murder-prone) Lochdubh.
Where to Start with Joanne Fluke
If you're looking for more cozy mystery writers in your life, and you haven't yet read Joanne Fluke, then you're in luck.
Miss Marple and The Women of Cozy Mysteries
Almost every one of Christie's most popular books features Poirot. But what about her dear Miss Marple?
What Makes a Cozy Mystery?
Cozy mysteries are as quaint as the towns their located in, but what exactly is a cozy mystery? We have the inside scoop.