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A Great Week for Mystery Lovers

It’s common for me to be behind on my #pubday announcements. Probably because we often have so many titles release on the same day. So a joint congratulations to Lucy Arlington, Sheila Connolly and Amanda Cooper for three great new titles this week.

Off the Books is the 4th in Lucy Arlington’s Novel Idea Mystery series. I’ve always had a special place in my heart for the stories of literary agent Lila Watkins. And why wouldn’t I?

A Turn for the Bad is 4th book in Sheila Connolly’s County Cork Mystery series. Sheila’s passion for Ireland comes through in this wonderful series fearing Boston expat Maura Donovan.

The Grim Steeper by Amanda Cooper is the 3rd book in the delightful Teapot Collector series set in the Finger Lakes town of Gracious Cove.

Category: Mystery, Suspense & ThrillerNews



  1. I’m reading Amanda Coopers 1st book in the Teapot Collector series at the moment (having discovered the series on this blog a day or two ago). I’m really enjoying it but was caught out at the start because the book has multiple points of view so I made some assumptions about the characters that were incorrect.

    I haven’t seen multiple pov in a cozy before and assumed there was an unwritten rule they were from 1 pov only. Is this a rule or just the way most are written?

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