OK! This should be my last installment of British Cozy Mysteries. I am only including the British Mysteries that are currently on the Cozy Mystery site. Again, I want to point out that not all of the authors are from Great Britain, rather the books take place there:
Alison G. Taylor: Her Welsh sleuth is a Chief Inspector.
Josephine Tey: Alan Grant Mystery Series
Graham Thomas: The series features a Scotland Yard Superintendent.
Charles Todd: A mother & son writing duo (Caroline & Charles) pen a series that is centered around a Scotland Yard detective who has survived WW I.
Rebecca Tope: The Cotswold Mystery Series features a house-sitter sleuth.
Rebecca Tope: The Lake District Myteries are set in the lake district.
Peter Tremayne: The Sister Fidelma series is set in Ireland during the seventh century.
Christine Trent: Florence Nightingale Mystery Series – Florence is a nurse in England during the 1850s.
Nicola Upson: The Josephine Tey Mystery Series is based on the “real life” author of Scotland Yard’s Alan Grant Mystery Series.
Jill Paton Walsh: Her series features a nurse in Cambridge. The estate of Dorothy L. Sayers had Walsh finish some transcripts for them.
Minette Walters: Not cozy, but very good.
Ashley Weaver: The Amory Ames Mystery Series features a wealthy, young woman in 1930s Britain.
Patricia Wentworth: The Miss Maude Silver series and many stand-alones.
Marty Wingate: The Potting Shed series and the Birds of a Feather series.
R. D. Wingfield: The wonderful Inspector Jack Frost series.
Jacqueline Winspear: Her sleuth lives in London during the early 1900s.
Sara Woods (aka Anne Burton, Mary Challis, & Margaret Leek): Antony Maitland is a British barrister.
Patricia Wynn: Set in England during the 1700s.
Other British lists:
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