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Monday, September 12, 2011

Monday Morning

Monday Morning:

I hope everyone had a great weekend. My weekend was a bit different but we all have those weekends. Okay

so what was the last book you read that thrilled you? I think today we'll discuss what books you would like to see on the market that might have been overlooked? There are all types of cozies and classic mysteries, culinary, hobby etc... so what would you like to see more of out there?

I would love to see more bed and breakfast mysteries, haunted bookstore or house mysteries. I also think after reading Laura Levine's series I would love to read more cruise ship mysteries. Historical cozies really have my heart and there just are not

enough true-cozy mysteries out that reflect this sub-genre.

What are your choices of cozies and mysteries that would be fun to read ?

BTW anyone venture a guess what Sue Grafton will write when her detective series comes to an end?



1 comment:

  1. Had a great weekend at the Richmond Race!

    As for cozies - I agree that I would like to see more historical ones.

    And I wish the Lavene's could do more in their NASCAR series!

    And actually a nice swank upscale hotel (maybe in NYC or Vegas) would be a fun setting.

    As for Grafton, maybe take a well-earned vacation? LOL