I read cozy and historical mysteries, a bit of Paranormal/UF, and to mix it up, I read science and gardening books on occasion.
So glad I powered through that stack of cozies last week just in time to get almost as many new ones in the mail. I read 5 books this week, and received 10 so the pile definitely got bigger.
Dry Storeroom No. 1: The Secret Life of the Natural History Museum - Richard Fortey: I hope this one good - Natural History museums are my favorite museums! A friend of my dad's worked at the Smithsonian when I was a kid and took me behind the scenes - I never wanted to leave.
With Vics You Get Eggroll - Diane Vallere: A Henery Press mystery so I'm confident it will be good.
The Healing Remedies Sourcebook: Over 1,000 Natural Remedies to Prevent and Cure Common Ailments - C. Norman Shealy: I've already skimmed through this and it's off the pile, thank goodness - it's a hefty volume.
The Readaholics and the Falcon Fiasco: A Book Club Mystery - Laura DiSilverio: First in a new series
From the Queen - Carolyn Hart: This is a short story featuring the Death on Demand characters, published by The Mysterious Bookshop. I bought it as much out of curiosity about what a paperback short story might look like as I did because I'm a fan of the series.
Demise in Denim - Duffy Brown: I don't know why I keep reading this series. I swear if it doesn't get better this one's my last. I swear it!
A Fright to the Death - Dawn Eastman: I like this series so far - a lot. Not as fluffy as most cozies.
Buy a Whisker - Sofie Ryan: Totally fluffy, but in a good way. This author has a way of tweaking her nose at cozy cliches and the cat is totally cool.
Dark Chocolate Demise - Jenn McKinlay: This might be the last one for me in this series. The author has been writing story lines that I personally think are asinine.
Lemon Pies and Little White Lies - Ellery Adams: SUPREMELY fluffy, but I like it anyway. Because sometimes you need maximum fluffiness.
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