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I'm a big fan of cozies and I'd love to see what everyone is reading. I'm reading Death Al Dente by Leslie Budewitz.
I'm presently enjoying The Snake, the Crocodile, and the Dog, book 7 in the Amelia Peabody series.
I just started Pies and Prejudice by Ellery Adams which I'm really liking.
I just got done reading Threadbare by Monica Ferris. I thought it was nice, it kept my interest. :)
My mother likes those books, I haven't read one yet, but I've been thinking about trying one.
I'm reading Scones and Bones by Laura Childs, the 12th book in the very enjoyable Tea Shop mystery series.
hen of the Baskervilles. Not great, but exactly the right book for right now.
12> Is the series holding up OK? I was an avid Theodosia and Drayton fan (being a huge tea lover) but mid-series, the dialogue was beginning to get a little improbable. Would like to give her another run if it's picked up.
The Weaver's Inheritance is on my TBR stack...a gentle and well-done medieval series featuring Roger the Chapman, savvy puzzle-solving pedlar.
Cozy mystery fans! One of the big cozy blogs has a list of Christmas-themed mysteries for you!
None of the books I'm currently reading are cozies, but I spent the last few months of 2013 reading several of the books in the Brother Cadfael series by Ellis Peters. They were fun, lightweight books set in medieval England. I wouldn't mind finishing the series some day.
I'm reading Speaking From Among the Bones by Alan Bradley from the Flavia de Luce series for the Early Reviewer program. Right now I'm not that impressed.
Starting Halloween reading a little early with A Diva Haunts the House. Like that it's set in Old Town Alexandria, VA, which seems like an appropriately haunted place.
Reading The Mysterious Strangler; a period cozy with Mark Twain as the sleuth.
Miss Dimple Picks a Peck of Trouble. Nice addition to the series. Although, typical of a series in a small town, will there be anoyone left in town after all the murder victims and murderers are gone? Except for our crack team of detectives led by Miss Dimple, that is.