Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Penguin's September Mysteries from Berkley Prime Crime & Obsidian




Lots of Jinx today for those of you who only watch the videos for cat appearances (smile)

For the rest of you, here are the September cozy releases from Penguin's Berkley Prime Crime and Obsidian.

The Marsh Madness - Victoria Abbott (4th Book Collector Mystery)
The Darling Dahlias and the Silver Dollar Bush - Susan Wittig Albert (5th Darling Dahlias Mystery,  1st time in paperback)
The Darling Dahlias and the Eleven O'Clock Lady - Susan Wittig Albert (6th Darling Dahlias Mystery, hardcover)
All Sales Final - Josie Belle (5th Good Buy Girls Mystery)
Cinderella Six Feet Under - Maia Chance (2nd Fairy Tale Fatal Mystery)
Law and Author - Erika Chase (5th Ashton Corners Book Club Mystery)
Night of the White Buffalo - Margaret Coel (18th Wind River Mystery, 1st time in paperback)
The Man Who Fell from the Sky - Margaret Coel (19th Wind River Mystery, hardcover)
Once Upon a Grind - Cleo Coyle (14th Coffeehouse Mystery, 1st time in paperback)
Black Cat Crossing - Kay Finch (1st Bad Luck Cat Mystery)
Death of a Blue Blood - Jessica Fletcher & Donald Bain (42nd Murder, She Wrote Mystery, 1st time in paperback)
Trick or Deceit - Shelley Freydont (4th Celebration Bay Mystery)
Booked for Trouble - Eva Gates (2nd Lighthouse Library Mystery)
Basket Case - Nancy Haddock (1st Silver Six Crafty Mystery)
Knot the Usual Suspects - Molly MacRae (5th Haunted Yarn Shop Mystery)
Murder of an Open Book - Denise Swanson (18th Scumble River Mystery)

8 comments:

Harper said...

Thank you for your generous posting. As the cliché goes, "So many books, and so little time!" But you have helped me make "reading list" decisions for my own blogging efforts at "Crimes in the Library." Thanks!

Lesa said...

That's great, Harper! Thank you.

Reine said...

I can't stop laughing along with Jinx' performance.

Lesa said...

Ah, Jinx. Reine, I feel sorry for Josh who always shows up and strolls among the books on the table AFTER I've finished the book chat. But, Jinx knows just when I'm filming and he's ready for his starring role. I'm so glad he makes you laugh! Since he was a kitten, I've referred to him as my "clown prince".

Margie Bunting said...

It's so nice to hear your voice once a month, Lesa, and, of course, to see Jinx's highjinks!

Lesa said...

Thank you, Margie!

Reine said...

Love that—the "clown prince." My iSpeech wrote "clown prints" the first time!

Lesa said...

That's funny, too, Reine - clown prints.