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Fresh Fiction Favorite Cozy Mysteries of 2018!
Author Guest / December 24, 2018

Over the last week and for the rest of this week, the Reviewers of Fresh Fiction will be sharing some of our favorite reads in various genres. We hope you’ll take another look at these titles, and maybe share your favorites in the comments. We’ll have a different genre featured each day! Be sure to check the blog to see what we’ve already covered. Today, here are some of our favorite Cozy Mysteries of 2018! IN PRIOR’S WOOD by G.M. Malliet Max Tudor #7 Reviewer: Magdalena I’ve only read two books in this series so far, but I quite enjoy this series about an ex-spy now cleric solving crimes. Perfect for Midsomer Murders fans. Mystery [Minotaur Books, On Sale: April 17, 2018, Hardcover / e-Book, ISBN: 9781250092809 / eISBN: 9781250092816] IN PRIOR’S WOOD is a fabulous whodunnit! Buy IN PRIOR’S WOOD: | Kindle | | Apple Books | Kobo | Google Play | Powell’s Books | Books-A-Million | Indiebound | Ripped Bodice | Amazon CA | Amazon UK | Amazon DE | Amazon FR *** KILLER CLASSICS by Kym Roberts Book Barn #5 Reviewer: Debbie This was a tough category for me to pick one but the antics…

Fresh Pick | DEATH OF A COZY WRITER by G.M. Malliet
Fresh Pick / October 14, 2009

St. Just Mystery #1July 2008On Sale: July 1, 2008Featuring: DCI Arthur St. Just312 pages ISBN: 0738712485EAN: 9780738712482Paperback$13.95 Mystery Police Procedural Buy at 2009 Anthony Award Nominee for Best First Novel Death of a Cozy Writer by G.M. Malliet From deep in the heart of his eighteenth century English manor, millionaire Sir Adrian Beauclerk-Fisk writes mystery novels and torments his four spoiled children with threats of disinheritance. Tiring of this device, the portly patriarch decides to weave a malicious twist into his well-worn plot. Gathering them all together for a family dinner, he announces his latest blow — a secret elopement with the beautiful Violet… who was once suspected of murdering her husband. Within hours, eldest son and appointed heir Ruthven is found cleaved to death by a medieval mace. Since Ruthven is generally hated, no one seems too surprised or upset — least of all his cold-blooded wife Lillian. When Detective Chief Inspector St. Just is brought in to investigate, he meets with a deadly calm that goes beyond the usual English reserve. And soon Sir Adrian himself is found slumped over his writing desk — an ornate knife thrust into his heart. Trapped amid leering gargoyles and concrete…