5 Cozy Mysteries for Book Lovers

What’s better than a cozy mystery? A cozy mystery centered around one of our favorite topics: books. So, snuggle up with some snacks, some hot tea, and fuzzy socks while we delve into some murder and mayhem.

A Margin for Murder

Lauren Elliott takes us for a ride on a deadly bookmobile while hunting for missing first editions, and with a murder by poison the stakes have never been higher.

The Vanishing Type

The fifth in Ellery Adams’ A Secret, Book, and Scone Society series brings us dead men carrying rare books, *gasps* book defacing, and a bride-to-be with a secret that could be worth killing for.

Murder in an Irish Bookshop

Carlene O’Connor brings her distinctive voice to the death of a petty, jealous author and reminds us that writing can be murder.

Murder, She Edited

Kaitlyn Dunnett’s mystery centers around an inherited farmhouse, with a strange caveat, diaries hidden in the house must be found, edited, and published within the month. But even more intriguing are the unsolved homicides that may be connected to her inheritance.

Murder in the Oval Library

C.M. Gleason takes us back in time to the start of the Civil War and a president and his trusted staff garrisoned inside the White House. Only when one of the Frontier Guard ends up dead in the Oval Library, they must discover which one of them is the killer.