I know it is Monday, and normally I do put up the weekly releases… but since it is also the 1st of the month, I’m pushing that back until tomorrow. So if you’re looking for this week’s Cozy Mystery new releases, be sure to check in tomorrow!
The following Mystery Books will be released in June 2017:
Ellie Alexander (aka Kate Dyer-Seeley): A Crime of Passion Fruit (This will be the 6th in the Bakeshop Mystery Series.)
Lorna Barrett (aka Lorraine Bartlett & L. L. Bartlett): A Just Clause (This will be the 11th in the Booktown Mystery Series.)
Laurien Berenson: Murder at the Puppy Fest (This will be the 20th in the Melanie Travis Mystery Series.)
Juliet Blackwell (aka Hailey Lind): A Ghostly Light (This will be the 7th in the Haunted Home Renovation Mystery Series.)
Leslie Budewitz: Treble at the Jam Fest (This will be the 4th in the Food Lovers’ Village Mystery Series.)
Kate Carlisle: Once Upon a Spine (This will be the 12th in the Bibliophile Mystery Series.)
Elizabeth Lynn Casey (aka Laura Bradford): Patterned After Death (This will be the 12th in the Southern Sewing Circle Mystery Series.)
Maia Chance: Bad Housekeeping (This will be the 1st in the NEW Agnes and Effie Mystery Series.)
Maya Corrigan: The Tell-Tale Tarte (This will the 4th in the Five-Ingredient Mystery Series.)
Kathi Daley: Taming of the Tabby (This will be the 12th in the Whales and Tails Mystery Series.)
Janet Evanovich: Dangerous Minds (This will be the 2nd in the Knight and Moon Mystery Series.)
Kay Finch: The Black Cat Sees His Shadow (This will be the 3rd in the Bad Luck Cat Mystery Series. This will be a “Pumpkin Days Festival” mystery.)
John Grisham: Camino Island (This will be a Stand Alone mystery.)
Carolyn Haines: The House of Memory (This will be the 2nd in the Pluto’s Snitch Mystery Series.)
Lee Hollis: Death of a Lobster Lover (This will be the 9th in the Hayley Powell Mystery Series.)
Victoria Houston: Dead Spider (This will be the 17th in the Loon Lake Fishing Mystery Series.)
Julie Hyzy: Grace to the Finish (This will be the 8th in the Manor House Mystery Series.)
Kylie Logan (aka Casey Daniels & Miranda Bliss): French Fried (This will be the 2nd in the Ethnic Eats Mystery Series.)
Susan McBride: Come Helen High Water (This will be the 4th in the River Road Mystery Series.)
Tim Myers (aka Elizabeth Bright, Melissa Glazer, Chris Cavender, Casey Mayes, Jessica Beck, & D.B. Morgan): Honeymoon for Murder (This will be the in the Lighthouse Inn Mystery Series.)
James Patterson and Howard Roughan: Dr. Death (This will be a Stand Alone novel.)
James Patterson and Chris Tebbetts: From Hero to Zero (This will be the 10th in the Middle School non-mystery Series.)
Rose Pressey: If the Haunted Fits, Wear It (This will be the 5th in the Haunted Vintage Mystery Series.)
Maggie Sefton: Only Skein Deep (This will be the 15th in the Knitting Mystery Series.)
You can find these and many more Cozies scheduled for release soon on the Soon to be Released Mysteries page on my site.
(These are the mysteries by authors who are currently on the Cozy Mystery site.)
Ouch! Seven on my ‘must buy list’. June could get expensive, but they are always worth the cost.
Danna - cozy mystery list says
Susy, I certainly know how you feel!
Oooooohhhh…Two new book series to check out! SIGH…six bookcases is NOT gonna be enough…I THINK I can fit an extra two in the bedroom!
LOL, ya know, when I finally do someday “shuffle off this mortal coil,” SOMEONE who has to go through about 2,000 books, MOST of the Cozy Mystery finds, is gonna say, “I’m going to strangle someone over this!” I promise not to leave your name lying around! Thank you for the wonderful hours of pure reading joy this site has brought to me.
Danna - cozy mystery list says
Bek, I hope you find the extra space somewhere!
Bek, I know the feeling. There is only one room in our house without AT LEAST one bookcase, including the dining room. Since my husband is just as bad, we are looking at adding about 2000 square feet of space when we retire. We plan on having an actual library, but I am sure there will still be bookcases in may other rooms.
My niece already know that she will have to dispose of her mom’s library and mine. Clearly collecting large numbers of books is in my DNA.
LOL…I have 3 now, 3 more on order, and I think I can fit at least 3 in the master bedroom. The bookcases are in the “guest room,” which also functions as an office/library (I put guests in the master, and sleep with my books and my computer, thankyouverymuch!) AND when I get the electric fireplace out of layaway, I can flank that with two more shorter bookcases, one for DVDs and one for excess books. After that, I’m sunk!
Bek, I’m lucky that we have a large home and just two of us. Our ‘living room’ has seven or eight bookcases and the dining room has one. The guest room and master each only have one, but my office has two and my sewing room has three. I have never counted how many my dear hubby has in his man cave, but it is probably somewhere between 8 and 12. As you can see, we share a serious addiction. We even met because of a large used book sale in Arizona. At least three of my siblings have significant book storage issues as well and none of us are willing to go strictly e-books, though I have over 1000 of those as well. We (especially me) really are a sick family!
Although I see a place for ebooks, there is NOTHING like holding a REAL book in your hands. It’s the heft, and turning the pages, and hugging it to you when you read the really good bits! I may get an e-reader for traveling, but I must have my print books!
How lucky you are to have a large house! I live in a fairly small apartment, although it’s a good bit better than the one I was in prior to this one. At least there is a spare bedroom here, and room for BOOKS!
I have certainly been there. I remember when I bought my first house. One of the major considerations was how much room there was for books. I like lots of windows, but sometimes I will sacrifice windows for shelves. The last time I lived in an apartment, all of the inside walls had bookcases. They help muffle the noise from the neighbors.
You writers are in a conspiracy to kill my bank accounts!
Melissa, I have a specific budget amount for books. Since we don’t watch TV, the amount we would spend on cable is our book allowance. We still buy a lot used to stay within budget, but some I just can’t wait until I can find them used. I have also been told I am hard to buy gifts for, so I now give different family members list of books I want that are coming out in hardcover. This helps my budget and we are both happy at gift giving holiday time.
Some great authors that I haven’t read for awhile. Lee Hollis, Victoria Houston and Maggie Sefton.