5 Reviews for…Captivating Cosy Mysteries

I haven’t posted one of these since Halloween, so I thought one was over due.  I love cosy mysteries; they are easy to read so are a perfect reading choice at the end of a long day.  They are also often light-hearted and entertaining…

Below you will find links to a number of cosy mysteries that I have read, enjoyed and can wholeheartedly recommend:

  • If you are after a book that will make you laugh out loud, I would suggest reading the first Hamish Macbeth Murder Mystery Death of a Gossip by M.C. Beaton. A quick, charming read that is, as I write this, sitting at No.5 of my favourite reads of 2015.
  • If it’s an exotic location you are after, I would have to recommend Devil-Devil by G.W.Kent.  Set in the Solomon Islands in 1960, Devil-Devil is the first book in the Sister Conchita and Sergeant Kella Mysteries. 
  • If it’s 1920’s charm you want, take a look at the first book in the Daisy Dalrymple Mystery series by Carola Dunn. Death at Wentwater Court is an enjoyable read packed full of historical detail…
  • The Mirror Crack’d From Side to Side by Agatha Christie, featuring the wonderful Miss Marple, is a cosy murder mystery to get lost in.  An entertaining read that will quickly draw you into it…
  • Finally, a list of cosy mystery recommendations wouldn’t be complete without Precious Ramotswe…Currently I have reviews for the first two books in The No.1 Ladies’ Detective Agency series by Alexander MacCall Smith posted on this blog, The No.1 Ladies’ Detective Agency and Tears of the Giraffe

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