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Irish Milkshake Murder

Libraries looking for cozy St. Patrick’s Day mysteries might want to add this volume to a holiday mystery collection. Fans of the three authors will enjoy the returns of their favorite amateur sleuths.

Murder on Tour

Fans of cozy mysteries set in bookstores will enjoy Burns’s latest “Mystery Bookshop Mystery,” a sequel to Bookclubbed to Death.

Murder in Drury Lane

Combining elements of an Agatha Christie–style whodunit with the vivid portrayal of a more encompassing view of Regency-era England, the second Lady Worthing mystery (following Murder in Westminster) does not disappoint.

The Cutthroat Countess

For anyone who loves the “Bridgerton” books but wishes its heroines were more adept with close combat and weaponry than the pianoforte, Spencer’s novel delivers.

Silver Lady

Recommended for readers who like some fantasy in their historical romance and appreciate stories with chosen family and strong women.

Reasonable Adults

In her debut novel, Lefler delights readers with snicker-worthy banter and a lovable cast of characters.

Halloween Cupcake Murder

The three cozy writers successfully exploit the deadly-cupcake theme in entertaining mysteries that will appeal to readers looking for a holiday treat.

Murder in an Italian Village

Despite an excess of Italian phrases and a story that goes off-track occasionally, the characters and setting are appealing. Fans of Lorenzo Carcaterra’s “Nonna Maria” mysteries might want to try this atmospheric cozy.

Love of My Lives

This contemporary romance from Méndez (Twice a Quinceañera), set on the enchantingly beautiful island of Puerto Rico, will delight readers who enjoy multicultural characters and storylines prominently featuring spirituality and travel.

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