I have accumulated a few more questions about the following mysterious authors/books/series. If you think you know who the Cozy Mystery reader is looking for, please post a comment below. Thank you!
Question I am looking for the author and series of a yarn shop set in the French quarter in New Orleans that she does mysteries and owns the shop also. She does a knitting circle also once a week with a class and there is talk of different types of yarn, one being Alpaca yarn a lot in it. There is always talk about the walks during Halloween and such of the houses and historical things on the streets just like the books with Laura Childs ones with her Tea mysteries in Charleston.
I’m looking for a mystery series, probably written in the 80’s- ’90’s, about a musician in an early music group who keeps solving crimes. There’s wonderful writing about the performances of this group as well as well constructed plots. Maybe about 5 books in the series. The protagonist is, I think, a recorder player. There are also a viol de gamda player, a harpsichordist, and a violinist in this New York City group. Help
I’m looking for a mystery novel I read in high school years ago, and all I can remember is that the protagonist was a fuller figured lady who called her growling tummy Petunia! It was probably published some time between the 60s and 80s, and in one book I read, her main love interest was, if I recall correctly, a Japanese-American. Does this ring any bells?
A while back, I found a cozy that opened with a murder in a TV studio. I should have written it down by author or title, but I didn’t. Now, I’m looking for it again, but I’ve searched online for cozies that take place in TV studios and on your web site by theme and even through the A and B authors (because I remember that’s as far as I got in my original visit to your site.
As I mentioned above, if you think you may possibly know the answers to these questions, please post a comment.