I cannot believe we are through first quarter of 2023. To be honest, March seemed a tad longer than January and February. I managed to read a decent number of books this month. I seem to have overbooked book tours for next month but that’s a story for another day. 😉
The Syndicate Spy by Brittany Butler & What the River Buries by Rocky Hirajeta
First two books in my list are author debuts. The first is The Syndicate Spy by Brittany Butler, and the second is, What the River Buries by Rocky Hirajeta. Both books are simply brilliant – be it storytelling, plot-to-story development or character development.
Murder at Waldenmere Lake by Michelle Salter & Death at Castle Cove by Mary Grand
Boldwood Books is my goto publishers whether I am in the mood to read cozies, police procedural, gangland thrillers, or women’s fiction.
Next in the list is Murder at Waldenmere Lake by Michelle Salter and Death at Castle Cove by Mary Grand. The former is a historical mystery (excellent storytelling) while the latter, a cozy mystery set in the scenic Isle of Wright.
The Kill by Evie Hunter & The Summer House by Keri Beevis
Once again, two favorite authors represented by Boldwood Books. The Kill by Evie Hunter is a new favorite genre – gangland thriller. The Summer House by Keri Beevis has a mind-blowing and shocking twist at the end.
A Flicker of a Doubt by Daryl Wood Gerber & Four Parties and a Funeral by Maria DiRico
Next, I have two favorite authors and series from another goto publisher – Kensington Books. If you are looking for entertaining and unique-themed cozy mysteries, Kensington Books has the best collection.
A Flicker of a Doubt by Daryl Wood Gerber is the fourth book in Fairy Garden Mystery series. This series is simply magical – so make sure to add it to your list if you haven’t already. Four Parties and a Funeral by Maria DiRico is the fourth book in Catering Hall Mystery series. Italian Mafia Dons, whole lots of food, fun and a murder – what else do you want in a cozy mystery eh?
The Wrecker’s Curse by Jo Silva & Murder in Postscript by Mary Winters
First in a new series, I absolutely loved both these books. Wrecker’s Curse by Jo Silva is a must read for those who love wacky, quirky, and humorous mysteries. If you are the kind of reader who loves historical mysteries, you have to add Murder in Postscript by Mary Winters to your TBR.
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