I have three more questions from Cozy Mystery readers, and I would love to get them answered before the year is over!
Gayle would like to find this book:
“a mystery that was not Rainbow’s End by Martha Grimes, but another one written in the 1990s that also mentions Exeter Cathedral and the Rondels – in the one I’m looking for, one of the embroiderers is killed at the beginning of the book.
I remember it is a police procedural and it opens (or very near the beginning) with one of the embroiderers being killed in the Cathedral precincts. It would be wonderful if someone recognizes the book.”
“I was just wondering if you knew of any winter/snowed in cozy mystery books.”
Annette would like the following recipe:
“I just read one of the Joanne Fluke’s books, Apple Turnover Murder, there was a recipe in there for “watermelon cookies”, I gave the book back to the library before I copied the recipe was wondering if anyone has the recipe.”
I’m going to begin by mentioning Cyril Hare’s An English Murder. The mystery (which is really well-written!) takes place in a mansion during snow-in conditions.
Also, Brenda, you might want to take a look at this entry (from 2009) about cold, howling wind, and snow.
OK, Cozy Mystery readers, you know the drill! Please post your responses so we can help our fellow Cozy Mystery readers.