We’re just about at the end of April, so it’s time to discuss our favorite Cozies that we’ve read this month!
If you read a Cozy mystery this month and want to recommend it to the rest of us, be sure to post it here! For this month, I read the first entry of Peggy Ehrhart’s Knit & Nibble Series. For the reasons I want to recommend it, be sure to check out the blog entry!
So, what have you been reading that you can recommend in April? Please be sure to tell us why you liked these Cozies so much. I know we’re all always on the lookout for more particularly good Cozy Mystery authors! (If you have a lot of Cozies you think are great, please post the ones you like the most at the top of the list.)
As always, please do not tell us about the Cozy Mysteries you did not like.
What really good Cozy Mystery did you read during April 2022 that you want the rest of us to know about, and why did you enjoy it?
Susan Wittig Albert: Cottage Tales of Beatrix Potter Mystery Series
Emily Brightwell: Mrs. Jeffries Mystery Series
Vivien Chien: Noodle Shop Mystery Series
Ellen Crosby: Wine Country Mystery Series
Dianne Day: Fremont Jones Mystery Series
Peggy Ehrhart: Knit & Nibble Mystery Series
Libby Klein: Poppy McAllister Mystery Series
Nikki Knight: Vermont Radio Mystery Series (first entry Live, Local, and Dead)
Maria Mankin and Maren C. Tirabassi: Death at Fair Havens
Gigi Pandian: Secret Staircase Mystery Series
Linda Reilly: Grilled Cheese Mystery Series
Peggy Rothschild: A Deadly Bone to Pick
Nic Saint: Mysteries of Max Mystery Series (first entry Purrfect Murder)
Josephine Tey: Alan Grant Mystery Series
Auralee Wallace: Evenfall Witches B&B Mystery Series (first entry In the Company of Witches)
Valerie Wilson Wesley: Odessa Jones Mystery Series
I will list the authors and series that have been recommended, but I urge you to read the comments below so you can see the reasons other Cozy Mystery readers thought these were their best reads of the month.
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P.S. I usually don’t comment on your recommendations since they speak for themselves.