Monday, October 26, 2015

November Cozy Mysteries from Penguin's Berkley Prime Crime & Obsidian

No Jinx this month. He's been off taking a nap when I filmed the last couple months. But, there are lots of cozy mysteries to talk about, November releases from Penguin's Berkley Prime Crime & Obsidian.

Here's the extensive list of forthcoming mysteries, due out next week.

Writing All Wrongs - Ellery Adams (7th Books By the Bay Mystery)
Plot Boiler - Ali Brandon (5th Black Cat Bookshop Mystery)
The Chocolate Clown Caper - JoAnna Carl (14th Chocoholic Mystery, 1st time in paperback)
The Chocolate Falcon Fraud - JoAnna Carl (15th Chocoholic Mystery, hardcover)
Crowned and Moldering - Kate Carlisle (3rd Fixer-Upper Mystery)
Florist Grump - Kate Collins (17th Flower Shop Mystery)
Rest Ye Murdered Gentlemen - Vicki Delany (1st Year-Round Christmas Mystery)
Death Takes Priority - Jean Flowers (1st Postmistress Mystery)
Trimmed with Murder - Sally Goldenbaum (10th Seaside Knitters Mystery, hardcover)
White Colander Crime - Victoria Hamilton (5th Vintage Kitchen Mystery)
Olive and Let Die - Susannah Hardy (2nd Greek to Me Mystery)
Knot Guilty - Betty Hechtman (9th Crochet Mystery)
The Stitching Hour - Amanda Lee (9th Embroidery Mystery)
Nuts and Buried - Elizabeth Lee (3rd Nut House Mystery)
Claws for Alarm - T.C. LoTempio (2nd Nick & Nora Mystery)
A Likely Story - Jenn McKinlay (6th Library Lover's Mystery, hardcover)
Murder on St. Nicholas Avenue - Victoria Thompson (18th Gaslight Mystery, hardcover)
The Candy Cane Cupcake Killer - Livia J. Washburn (10th Fresh-Baked Mystery)


SandyG265 said...

I already have about half of these on order from the library.

Lesa said...

Very good, Sandy! It's a terrific list, isn't it?

Kay said...

There are just so many series, aren't there? Many look really good, but my word, how to get to even a few of them. LOL

I haven't been reading many cozies for quite some time. I can feel my impulse to include them coming back though. I've had a bunch of pretty grim crime novels lately. I've enjoyed them, but a little sugar and spice, along with murder of course, would be nice. ;-)

Lesa said...

So many series, Kay, and I don't read nearly all of these. I can only get to a limited number. You're right. After some grim books, it's time for something lighter. And, vice versa. I do the opposite as well.