It’s a great month for Cozy Mystery news, as I have six pieces of news to share with you all about established Cozy Mystery authors!
First Leslie Budewitz will be releasing a stand-alone novel titled Bitterroot Lake, which will star a young widow who has returned to her family’s lakeside lodge in Montana to seek solace for her deceased husband and to reconnect with estranged friends. Suffice to say, murder brings her to learn new things about the friends she had lost contact with.
Next, Lynn Cahoon will be writing several new books, confirming at least one more book in the Farm-to-Fork Mystery Series, bringing the series to at least seven, and several more in the Tourist Trap Mystery Series, taking the series to at least a total of 13 novels.
G. M. Malliet will be putting out a fourth entry in the St. Just Mystery Series, titled St. Just in Cornwall. This is especially noteworthy as it will be the first release for this series in over a decade, as the last entry came out in 2010. It will bring the series to a total of four entries.
Rose Pressey will be releasing at least one more in her Haunted Craft Fiar Mystery Series, which will bring the series to a total of four entries to date.
Clea Simon has announced two new upcoming novels – the third entry of the Witch Cats of Cambridge Mystery Series, titled A Cat on the Case, and a stand alone novel titled Hold Me Down. Hold Me Down will star a former star who is looking into a mysterious death with links to her past.
Finally, Nicola Upson will be putting out two more entries in the 1930s period mystery series, the Josephine Tey Mystery Series. The first of those will be titled The Secrets of Winter, and will bring the series to at least ten entries.