I read cozy and historical mysteries, a bit of Paranormal/UF, and to mix it up, I read science and gardening books on occasion.
I always enjoy Paige Shelton's cozies. She write a great backdrop, mostly interesting characters, if sometimes a little, tiny bit wooden, and generally plots a decent mystery. This is the third series of hers I've read, I think, and though I liked the characters in her ghost series better, the setting for this series is my favorite so far. A shop that focuses on all things related to traditional printing: a replica Gutenberg press, bespoke stationary, book and typewriter repairs. Set in a ski resort town in Utah. It just sounds like an amazing way to earn a living.
The mystery in this one should have been obvious to me, but somehow it wasn't. I might not have been paying attention, or it might've been just good writing on Shelton's part. I'm inclined to give her the credit. A solid, dependable series in the cozy genre.