ʼTis the day after Christmas, following a wicked-busy...
Summer is busy season for Mackenzie "Mac" Almeida's bicycle shop, nestled in the quaint, seaside hamlet of Westham, Massachusetts. She's expecting an influx of tourists at Mac's Bikes; instead she discovers the body of Jake Lacey. Mac can't imagine anyone stabbing...
From clam chowdahs to oysters on the half-shell, Tulia Peters' Lobstah Shack offers locals and tourists in Westham, Massachusetts, some of Cape Cod's most amazing cuisine. But when the body of Annette DiCicero is discovered in the kitchen's...
When your mother is an astrologist and your dad is a minister, you learn to keep an open mind. Which is just what Mac loves to do—exercise her mind by puzzling out fictional clues in the mystery novels she reads and discusses with her Cozy Capers Book Group.
The eleventh installment in Maddie Day's deliciously popular Country Store cozy mysteries . . .
It's Saint Patrick's Day in South Lick, Indiana, but a holiday cooking competition at Robbie Jordan's country store and restaurant Pans 'N Pancakes is put on the back-burner when a killer strikes.
There's no mistaking Saint Patrick's Day at Pans 'N Pancakes. Robbie may only be Irish by marriage to Abe O'Neill,
First in the Country Store Mystery series—include recipes! "A nice cozy mystery with lots of comfort food and suspense."—Rainy Day Ramblings
In this freshly baked series, author Maddie Day lifts the lid on a small town in southern Indiana, where a newcomer is cooking up a new start—until a murderer muddles the recipe . . .
Nursing a broken heart, Robbie Jordan is trading in her life on the West
Ever since meeting the wary owners of an antique shop opening across the street, Robbie has been scrambling to manage weird incidences plaguing her café and country store. Pricey items vanish from shelves without...
The author of Flipped for Murder serves up a culinary cozy with all "the right combos for an entertaining read"—includes recipes! (Nightstand Book Reviews).
Robbie Jordan may have had reservations about the murder victim, but she still needs to turn up the heat on a killer if she wants to keep her new restaurant open for business . . .
In the charming small town of South Lick, Indiana, Robbie
10) Death Over Easy
"Another fun novel full of humor, quirky country sayings, and descriptions of tantalizing comfort food meals" by the author of Biscuits and Slashed Browns (Kings River Life Magazine).
Restaurateur Robbie Jordan is ready for the boost in business a local music festival brings to South Lick, Indiana, but the beloved event strikes a sour note when one of the musicians is murdered . . .
"A well thought out mystery with suspense and characters you can't help but root for" from the author of Grilled for Murder—includes recipes (A Cozy Experience).
Despite the bitter winter in South Lick, Indiana, business is still hot at Robbie Jordan's restaurant. But when another murder rattles the small town, can Robbie defrost the motives of a cold-blooded killer?
12) Murder Most Fowl
A New England organic farmer goes looking for a fox in the hen house when her kindly neighbor is murdered in this cozy mystery.
With the weather getting warmer, organic farmer Cam Flaherty is busy pruning blueberry bushes and taking care of the new batch of chicks that just hatched. But when her fellow fowl-raiser Wayne Laitinen is found dead at his breakfast table one morning, Cam must put down her trimming shears and put on her crime-solving
When a bad biddy bites the dust after biting into poisoned produce, a Massachusetts organic farmer must clear her name in this cozy mystery.
Cam is finding the New Year in Westbury just as hectic as the old one. Her sometimes rocky relationship with Chef Jake Ericsson is in a deep freeze, she's struggling to provide the promised amount of food to the subscribers in her first winter CSA, and her new greenhouse might just collapse from
In this cozy mystery, a Massachusetts organic farmer must pick a peck of suspects when her own mother is accused of murder.
May has been anything but merry for Cam so far. Her parents have arrived unexpectedly, and her crops are in danger. But all of that's nothing compared to the grim murder of her neighbor, Nicole Kingsbury, the once proud owner of the town's new hydroponic greenhouse—just after Cam's mother publicly
After a festive dinner ends with a foul murder, a Massachusetts organic farmer must get hands dirty to find a killer in this cozy mystery.
Autumn has descended on Westbury, Massachusetts, but the mood at the Farm-to-Table Dinner in Cam's newly built barn is unseasonably chilly. Local entrepreneur Irene Burr made a lot of enemies with her plan to buy Westbury's Old Town Hall and replace it with a textile museum—enough enemies...
A New England organic farmer is out to catch a killer who's rotten to the core in this debut cozy mystery by the author of Murder Most Fowl.
When Cameron Flaherty takes over her great-uncle's farm in Westbury, Massachusetts, she's eager to get the place certified organic. Unfortunately, that means firing her handyman, Mike Montgomery, whose negative attitude doesn't cut the organic mustard. Thanks to an enthusiastic volunteer
"The lavish food descriptions and appended recipes are the best parts."
Christmas cheer has sent the griddle into overdrive at Robbie Jordan's...
While Robbie scrambles through breakfast orders for her expanding clientele at Pans 'N Pancakes, tempers run as high as the sticky August heat in South Lick, Indiana. Real-estate developer Fiona Closs plans to build a towering luxury resort at one of the...
While looking forward to her high school reunion back in California, Robbie's anticipation is complicated by memories of her mother's untimely death. At first, she has fun hanging out with...
"With twists and turns and various forks in the road . . . takes readers on a wild journey"—from the author of Nacho Average Murder. Includes recipes! (Read Your Writes Book Reviews)
For country-store owner Robbie Jordan, the National Maple Syrup Festival is a sweet escape from late-winter in South Lick, Indiana—until murder saps the life out of the celebration . . .