New Cozy Mysteries that Will Pawsitively Make You Howl!

April 4, 2019
Woman reading outside with dog

There’s never such thing as having too many dogs—especially
if they belong in the pages of a book! From beagles to bloodhounds,
Pomeranians to poodles, these adorable canine-centric cozy
mysteries are poochfully perfect to read while you’re waiting for
your own pup to finish ruffin’ around with their dog park









(Paperback, on sale: January 29th, 2019)




After a rough divorce, Abby McCree only wants to stitch up her
life and move on. But other loose ends appear after her elderly
Aunt Sybil passes away, leaving Abby to tend to a rundown estate,
complete with a slobbery Mastiff and a sexy tenant who growls more
than the dog. Expected to assume her late aunt’s duties as member
of a variety of different committees, Abby’s first order of
business is to help the local quilting guild track down twelve
missing quilts…and a killer.









(Paperback, on sale: March 26th, 2019)




Elizabeth Denton is an animal lover who decided to open her pet
recue with her vet husband and two children. While Liz is dealing
with a local shelter, her son goes in to pick up an elderly
Pomeranian dog that the shelter claimed was unadoptable…but when
Liz goes to pick her son up, she finds instead that he is at the
police station accused of murder. Now she must save her son from a
crime that she didn’t commit. Did it have anything to do with the
elderly dog? Or is it some sort of set up that her son unwittingly
walked into?







THE HIDDEN CORPSE by Debra Sennefelder

(Paperback, on sale: March 26th, 2019)





When Hope’s elderly neighbor perishes in a home fire, she
can’t help but feel somewhat responsible—only the day before,
Peggy Olson had called her oven, having burned a pot on the stove
while she was sleeping and filling the house with smoke. In fact,
she couldn’t even remember cooking—clearly, it was dangerous
for the woman to live alone. But when a second body is discovered
in the burned house, what appears to be a tragic accident starts to
look like premeditated murder. With the help of her excitable
adopted Beagle, Bigelow, Hope is determined to sort out the facts
and smoke out a killer.







MURDER AT THE MARINA by Janet Finsilver

(eBook, on sale: April 2nd, 2019)




Kelly Jackson, manager of the Redwood Cove Bed and Breakfast, is
fond of the Silver Sentinels, a crew of crime-solving senior
citizens. But after a body is found on the fishing boat owned by
two of the Silver Sentinels’ members, Kelly and her
acquaintances—including a Bloodhound named Gus and her friend’s
Basset Hound named Fred—must find the murderer before it’s too








(Paperback—On-Sale April 30th, 2019)




Mystery bookstore owner, Samantha Washington’s mother, Grace
Hamilton, is planning to marry her fiancé, Harold Robertson. The
stress of planning a wedding and dealing with two unexpected
visitors has everyone a bit frazzled. When Harold’s sister-in-law
recommends hiring Lydia Lighthouse to plan the wedding, Harold and
Grace jump at the idea. When Lydia dies not long after arguing with
Harold, Sam, along with her two poodles Snickers and Oreo, must
figure out who murdered Lydia before her mother’s wedding plans
become a nightmare.

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New Cozy Mysteries that Will Pawsitively Make You Howl!