Cozy Theme Conquered.

I’ve said and will say it again:  ‘cozy’ is a weak, lame word for a heading!  I cringe if it is used in reviews and urge everyone to just say ‘mystery’.  However since I enjoy so many authors labelled thusly;  I must be a fan of the ill-titled genre.  With exception of police crime, I am a lover of mystery over all and was delighted to find and fulfill this reading circle:  “Crusing Through The Cozies“.  What’s more, the blog website of the lovely New York hostess shows her two cats;   impossible for yours truly to not be drawn to them.  :-)

I comitted to the highest level in the following post.  Call me ‘super sleuth’https://cmriedel.wordpress.com/2012/08/08/silly-name-but-love-the-genre/
I thank Yvonne very much for hostessing this great niche.  I bid everyone to enjoy my wide range of eras and titles, complete with reviews below.

Cruising Cozies

LEVEL 1    Snoop             6 books
LEVEL 2    Investigator    7-12 books
LEVEL 3    Super Sleuth   13 or more books

  

Dorothy Gilman    “A Nun In The Closet”, 1976

Lyn Hamilton
    “The Xibalba Murders”, 1997
Lyn Hamilton    “The Maltese Goddess”, 1998

Miranda James
    “Murder Past Due”, 2010

Madelyn Alt
    “The Trouble With Magic”, 2006
Madelyn Alt    “A Charmed Death”, 2006

Rebecca M. Hale
    “How To Wash A Cat”, 2008
Rebecca M. Hale    “Nine Lives Last Forever”, 2009
Rebecca M. Hale    “How To Moon A Cat”  2010

Shirley Damsgaard
    “Witch Way To Murder”, 2005
Shirley Damsgaard    “Charmed To Death”, 2006
Shirley Damsgaard    “The Trouble With Witches”, 2006

Juliet Blackwell
    “Secondhand Spirits”, 2009

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About RIEDEL Fascination

I cherish animals, plants, reading, music and free spirituality. I welcome you for articles, literary activities, and interaction! Surrounding ourselves with good people is a delight. I occasionally review at The Book Depository.
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One Response to Cozy Theme Conquered.

  1. shelleyrae @ Book'd Out says:

    Congrats on your achievement!

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